Billiards is a very popular game."Roll balls" is available to everyone. Party speed and entertainment depend on the level of training of opponents. At first glance it seems that there is nothing complicated in this game, but it is far from being so.
Billiards is a real sport
Fans especially do not bother about tactics andstrategy in general, for them this game is a simple and pleasant entertainment. The professionals are the opposite, in their eyes this is a true sport, requiring daily exhausting training. For them, not empty words klapshtos, delay and doublet. Billiards does not tolerate neglect, a second of relaxation and unprepared strikes.
The share of luck is undoubtedly present:as the ball will rise after a blow or wins, the excitement and fatigue of the opponent. But it will not be in your favor if you do not approach any blow, even at first glance, very simple, maximally collected.
What is a doublet?
Duplet is a very difficult blow,which can a person with enough experience in playing billiards. Do not expect that, given training a couple of hours, you can learn how to regularly carry out this blow. So what does it take to learn the doublet? This, above all, the ability to perfectly perform a simple direct blow - a cue in the center of the ball. It is not necessary to hurry, it is necessary to bring execution to automaticity. Hands clearly follow the same movements, absolutely not distracting you, you are focused only on calculating the trajectory of the impact. Direct hit (or, as it is also called, klapshtos) is good in that the direction of movement of both the cue ball and the ball, which are beaten, are easily guessed. The movements are always straight, only the angle needs to be corrected.
At its core, doublet is the same direct blow,only with one difference: the cue ball touches another ball after interacting with the board. This is the whole complexity. You need to calculate the approximate angle of impact to the side so that it then clearly falls into the desired point of the other ball.
Note to beginners
In fact, doublet is not the hardest blow.After two or three trainings, even for a person who has never performed it, an understanding of how to act is coming. The difficulty lies only in the awareness of how the cue ball behaves after the side. You need to feel as many blows as possible, and then the trajectory will automatically, at the level of intuition, line up in your head. There are much more complex strokes, which will require years of training and great diligence.