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Gamedesire / pool live pro snooker is much better than miniclip pool watch

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    Their pool is much better.

    Even the layout of the game is much better




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    I prefer live pro yeah. Both have physics problems. In miniclip pool loads of follow/topspin is achieved even when hitting centre ball at short distance. In live pro you get stun at any distance when hitting in the centre when there should of course be some follow. It's a bit annoying.
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    I prefer live pro yeah. Both have physics problems. In miniclip pool loads of follow/topspin is achieved even when hitting centre ball at short distance. In live pro you get stun at any distance when hitting in the centre when there should of course be some follow. It's a bit annoying.
    I always wondered what this did in pool live pro ?

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    (Original post by democracyforum)
    I always wondered what this did in pool live pro ?

    I don't think I've ever bothered with it but probably swerve
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    I don't think I've ever bothered with it but probably swerve
    I have noticed it goes up when a ball is directly behind another ball

    and if a ball is directly behind another ball, applying right or left spin ruins the shot
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    (Original post by democracyforum)
    I have noticed it goes up when a ball is directly behind another ball

    and if a ball is directly behind another ball, applying right or left spin ruins the shot
    Well it's basically just symbolising where you're hitting the ball/at what angle you're hitting the ball. To be true to life it goes up when you're behind a ball as you would have to jack the cue up like that in practice
 
 
 
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