Here's Mike Massey's power draw shot. In this shot, I cram an object ball in to the corner and draw back 3 cushions around the table. Usually, this shot is played so the cue ball gets position in a 1x1 diamond square by the other corner pocket, but this is Eric Yow's adaptation where I use a rack to push in another object ball. Learn how!
Here's a close draw shot where I pocket one ball in the corner, taking out a tube and drawing the cue ball two rails pocket the second ball in the same corner. Mike Massey used a similar shot in ESPN Trick Shot Magic 2003. Sometimes this shot is played with stacked balls in the corner, but then the object ball you hit doesn't go. Other times, it's just played as a position shot where the cue ball has to land in a zone near the corner pocket. Learn how!
I invented this crazy little shot. If you think drawing one ball is hard enough, try two at the same time! Each cue ball pockets an object ball and then draws back to scratch. I can almost get it up to a half table length now. Learn how!
This is one of the preeminent stroke shots today. After pocketing the first object ball, the cue ball will duck behind the blocking ball, pop back out off the rail, and draw back down the table to pocket the hanging ball in the near corner. Mike Massey hits this better than anyone now. However, this shot is often attributed to Cowboy Jimmy Moore, who would shoot this shot with a slip stroke. Learn how!