THE SCIENCE OF POCKET BILLIARDS covers the complete spectrum from the basic fundamentals
to the most complex concepts in pocket billiards. There are no opinions, no fairy tails from dead pool
players, and no Voodoo explanations that violate the laws of physics in this book. Every concept
from stance and stroke to cue-stick induced deflection is examined from a technical point of view.

Take english as an example concept. English is examined and analyzed in minute detail. There is
inside english, outside english, draw english, follow english, running english, and reverse english.
Then add to that collision-induced english, transferred english, and cushion-induced english. It may
sound like the concept of english is a chaotic mess but it all comes together like pieces of a jigsaw
puzzle.

Bank shots are a problem for everyone and especially so for the casual pool player. The brain of
each individual is wired a little differently. A banking system that works best for one person may not
work for another individual. This book presents eight different banking systems, try them all to
determine which system works best for you.

POOL & BILLIARD MAGAZINE has the largest circulation of any monthly pool magazine in the world.
In their August 1994 issue they did an evaluation of all the available instructional books and video
tapes. They concluded, “Subjectively and, I hope, objectively, I think “THE SCIENCE OF POCKET
BILLIARDS” by Jack H. Koehler is the best.”
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