The idea is to shoot each shot until I make it 5 times in a row, then reverse the cut and shoot that way until I make it 5 times in a row. Sometimes I can breeze through pretty easily, sometimes it takes a long time, and sometimes I end up skipping the hardest shots.
Shot number one is the same as Bert's shot number 1. The object ball is one ball's width from the rail. I just try to cut it down the rail into the left corner. The trick is to shoot at the center of the pocket opening.
Shot number 2 is a spot shot into the left hand corner. This was also taken from Bert's workout. This requires almost a half-ball hit.
Another Bert creation, shot number 3 is a slight cut into the right hand corner. I usually hit this pretty firm and try to bring the cue ball three rails back to where it started.
Shot number 4 comes up a lot when I miss my shape. I try to cut the ball into the left corner wthout scratching in either the side or the far corner.
In shot number 5 the object ball is not quite frozen to the rail. I use a center ball hit to send it into the corner and bring the cue ball straight back up the table and back down.
Shot number 6 is a bank shot into the corner that, hit firmly on my table, goes with a dead-on hit with no english.
Shot number 7 is the one I usually have problems with. The object ball needs to be cut into the left side pocket. I'm constantly overcutting this shot.
In shot number 8 the cue ball is frozen to the cushion. I use a straight follow stroke to pocket the ball.
In shot number 9 I try to shoot the object ball into the right hand corner without scratching. I use a little outside english and punch it.
Shot number 10 is a soft bank cross-side. The object ball is about 2/3 ball's width from the cushion. I use high outside english and try to spin the ball cross-side.