This three-part video tutorial demonstrates how to acid wash and paint a swimming pool. In part 1, host Tim Casey shows you how to properly and safely acid wash your swimming pool to prepare for painting. Part 2 discusses the steps involved in repairing cracks in a pool wall, step and deck while Part 3 covers the actual pool painting process.
Get bikini ready with a few tips from the experts. In this fitness how-to video SELF Magazine gives you a full-body workout centered around swimming exercises. Watch to learn how to dive into the pool to do the following exercise: egg beaters, stair star, water taxi, toe touches, kick board climb, surf's up, mogul jumps and deck dips. Strengthen and tone your core, legs and arms.
Hello all of you fellow pool shooters. This video tutorial is designed to help you look like a real pool shooter. There are no pool tricks here, but great and informative basic information on playing pool. This will help you become the accomplished billiards man you've always wanted.
Strait pool, or 14.1 continuous, is an older form of pocket billiards. Get expert tips and advice on pool cues and billiards tables in this free video.
Learn to play Kick Pool and add variety to your billiards game. Although difficult to play, this is a great skillbuilder game if you're trying to improve your kick shots. Kick pool, which is set up by racking the set like 9-ball, is a scoring game, and games are won by scoring five points. All shots taken must be kick shots, or a shots where the cue ball hits the rail first before making contact with another ball. Learn about the rules to Kick Pool, as well as how it improves your overall poo...
Pool is a strategic, yet fun game. It's born on not only fun, but also lost profits. But regardless of that, it's a difficult game to play if you don't understand the basic fundamentals. In this video you will get a full tutorial on how to play pool with the basic fundamentals of the game!
Pool is an amazingly challenging game that one can spend a lifetime mastering. If you're bored with it, however, and want to try a new game on your pool table that uses the same skills, this video will show you one. It explains the rules to a game called Carom Pool, which is a hybrid between pocket pool and more traditionally carom billiard games. Even if you don't' enjoy the game, the spread-out nature of the table makes it great for working on your long shots and banks, so rack 'em up!
Don't ever even think about walking into a pool hall without knowing the basics of the game... You might end up paired up with a pool shark and not even know! In this short video, get an introduction to the fundamentals of pool, sometimes known as pocket billiards.
Controlling the cue ball in a game of billiards is very important for standard and safety shots. Get expert tips and advice on pool tables, cues, and skills in this free video.
Watch to learn how to aim bank shots well in pool. This video is geared toward beginner and intermediate pool players. Because a bank shot is an inconsistent shot, don't spend a majority of your practice time working on it.
Leah D'Emilio, from Mahalo, becomes a hustler for a day: a pool player, that is! Leah takes a lesson on how to play pool with 3-time national champion Max Eberle. From how to pick the right cue to the various forms of hand bridges, Max takes us through some helpful hints as well as how to pull of a few trick shots. Even learn how to put chalk on your cue tip and rack the pool balls. If you thought you couldn't play billiards, you're wrong, you can.
Use this tutorial for a simple and shot accuracy improving technique in pool! The steps for this tutorial are simple, yet effective in improving shot accuracy in pool. Align pool balls in a triangular formation at the far side of the table. Note that this is not the standard triangular formation for pool. Two lines are to be made diagonally from the center back of the table outward. Similar to this formation: \/ where the point would be directed to the back of the table. Leave space in betwee...
Want a new pool game? Learn how to play nine ball in this free video series about the rules, special shots, and more!
Learn how to sink a pool ball into a pocket. What do pool sharks know that you don’t about sinking a ball? Lots.
Here is one method of banking a pool shot, which is usually called the mirror bank or ghost table trick shot. The first thing you need to do when you walk into the pool hall, or billiards room, is to measure the table. Then, just watch this video tutorial to see how to do the mirror bank pool trick shot, to embarrass your opponent.
Learn how to develop your own stroke and improve your technique in pool. Part 1 of 2 - How to Play pool with good stroke technique.
Learn how to perform several different methods of breaking clusters in pool. A cluster is a group of balls that forms an obstacle on the table.
Watch to learn how to do stop shots and stun shots in pool by making the cue ball stop and stun at the right time.
Learn how to hold your bridge hand to make an effective bridge depending on how much control, draw, and power you want in your shot.
Learn the principles of English sidespin and how to perform this technique. Part 1 of 2 - How to Perform the English sidespin in pool.
80-ball is one of the many great games that you can play of your pocket-pool table, and involves all the layers of strategy of it's more mainstream pool game brethren. This video for 8-ball beginners will give you tips for evaluating and recognizing problems in different kinds of racks, equipping you to make the shots and decisions that will win you games.
If you're not an everyday woodworker, then building a deck may be a challenge for you. But it's not as hard as it might seem. If you follow all of the required steps for deck building, you'll have one of the best ones on the block, and be pretty darn proud of it, too!
As a beginner in pool, learning basic breaks are key to increasing your skills! One of them is a nine ball break. Understanding this break is the beginning to other tactics! In this video you will get a full tutorial on how to approach a nine ball break properly!
English, or putting spin on the ball, is what separates really skilled pool players from the casual bar player. Inside English is the kind of English where the ball bounces off of the wallward-side of the cueball. This video details a drill for improving your inside English, allowing you to play many more pool positions effectively and win more games.
Ever wonder why you were a quarter inch off your shot or why you just were not aiming right? In this video tutorial are some reasons why and how to correct them. See how to fix the parallax error in your pool shot. If you're looking in the wrong place on the pool table, it could mean the shot.
Need to get a ball down the rail in that pool game you're losing? Well, check out this cool billiards video tutorial to see how to do the running rail pool shot. This is a valuable trick to know, using a little English, so pay attention.
Learn a few methods of evaluating the playability of a pool table. Many different factors affect the way a pool table plays.
Watch to learn how to play a hanger (a shot that has a high margin of error) and cheat a pocket in pool. This video is meant for beginning pool players.
Watch to learn some exercises to help you perfect your pool stroke technique. Some of them don't even require a pool table or billiard balls.
This billiards video tutorial will show you how to make the impossible looking pool shot. If it looks impossible, it probably is, or is it? Anything is possible is a pool game, so learn how to shoot properly, like a master, like a pool shark, a hustler. Make sure you put that left spin on the cue ball!
Here are some aiming tips when hitting a pool cut shot. This video tutorial will make you the best billiards hustler around, so pay attention. Pool sharks practice, they aren't born that way. Learn how to aim for a cut trick shot in a game of pool.
Here is the Pool Hall Junkies trick shot. If anyone saw this movie, they were out the next day attempting this pool shot, but nobody could do it. This video tutorial will show you how to do the Pool Hall Junkies rail trick shot with ease. A four-year-old could do it.
In this video, we learn how to push in pool. The push shot was designed to reduce the impact of the element of chance while playing pool. It's about creating a higher percentage shot or safety. The object is to turn a certain loss into a coin toss. Observe your opponent and be honest about yourself while you are playing. Practice playing a game by yourself with balls on the edge of the different sides of the pool table. As you shoot into the different pockets, avoid hitting the other balls th...
In this tutorial, we learn how to set up the L drill in pool. To do this, you will place all of your balls in an "l" shape on the pool table starting from the middle of one side of the table. Place the balls about two inches apart, then star to make the horizontal line for the balls. Place these two inches apart as well. After this, you can place your shooting ball next to the balls and hit each of them into the same corner pocket as the last one. This is a great way to practice hitting balls...
There are many options for pool cues and cases. This video tutorial will give you some advice on which ones to choose. Does the case fit your cue properly, or does it put unnecessary pressure on the cue stick? This is just one of the questions involved.
Learn another drill to practice your bank shots in pool.
Making fancy pool shots that send balls careening around the table may be impressive, but more often than not it's making short, easy shots consistently that will win you the game. This video will teach you an easy drill that you can use to improve your short-range cue control, which you can then use to set up combos and make sure you don't miss easy shots.
This pool shooting tutorial demonstrates how to pocket an object ball that is frozen between a rail and the cue ball. A right English technique on the cue ball will transfer as a left English on the object ball, freeing it from the rail and helping it go into a pocket.
In order to do a false shuffle, you will need the following: a deck of cards.
Spread out three cards for the spectators to see and memorize. Then place these selected cards back in the deck. Now place the deck in the open palm your left hand. Use the fingers of your right hand to create a magic like actions on the deck of cards. The spectators shall gulp in horror because what happens is that the cards start moving itself on your left palm. First of all the deck shall move towards the right and leave a card at the right side of your hand. Then the deck shall move itsel...