Here's a shot I invented that's a slight variation on a classic. Three balls are frozen to each other by the side pocket. Two go up the rail into the corner while one goes into the side pocket. Meanwhile, the cue ball arcs forward to pocket the hanging ball in the opposite corner. Normally, the cue ball would just shoot across the table to make a ball in the opposite side pocket, but I wanted to mix it up a little. Learn how!
The first part of the shot was invented by Paul Gerni for ESPN Trick Shot Magic 2001. Two balls are forced in to the near corner pocket, and one banks cross corner. The cue ball meanwhile, follows up the rail to pocket the ball hanging in the side. It looks a lot prettier if you don't catch the side rail first, but I didn't have the camera rolling during those takes. Learn how!
This is a classic follow shot. The cue ball pockets the first ball in the corner, caroms off of the end rail and around an obstacle to pocket a second ball in the far corner. I saw my friend Eric Yow do it with a two ball wall, so I thought I'd do it too. It's easier with one though. Learn how!