franz wrote:the local pool hall that i play in racks like this
( )(8)( )
( )(!)( )(!)( )
i'm not sure if this is correct, is it?
mick wrote:That is the usual rack but Jimmy Reid came up with another he says breaks with an even spread...more important than how it looks while racked...and I agree, try it. You can also mirror image this rack for the same results.
I use this rack most of the time...when someone says it isn't right because two like balls are touching, I say, then you rack it and show me a rack where two like balls aren't touching...(impossible)...so I always win the argument!
Here is a pix:
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