Here's a variation of a shot I first saw Bogdan "The Wizard" Wolkowski do. Using the ball tray as an extra rail, I shoot the cue ball six rails to knock the object ball off of a piece of chalk into the corner pocket. The Wizards version had three balls on a pieces of chalk for a nice chain reaction as one ball would knock off the next one. Learn how!
This is a neat little shot I invented when playing around with two stacking balls. I hit the cue ball off the top of the first stacking ball and into the second stack. Both balls in the second stack go into the side pocket and the cue ball draws back knocking in the ball it started out on top of. Learn how!
No cue ball required! I shoot all the balls in to the far corner pocket, hitting the 3 first, then the 2, and finally the 1, but the 1 ball goes first, followed by the 2 and then the 3. I first saw Sebastian Giumelli do this shot on ESPN Trick Shot Magic 2003. Learn how!
Here's a shot taking advantage of the giant 8 ball, which is initially propped up on a piece of chalk. The cue ball knocks the 8 ball down and caroms back to pocket the 1 ball hanging ball in the side pocket. Meanwhile, the 8 ball rolls and pushes the 3 ball in the side pocket, eventually following in (or as much of it that can fit!). Learn how!
A bit extra added on to an old classic. I shoot the first object ball towards the corner pocket. While it's rolling, I shoot at the two ball cluster, splitting them into their respective corners before the first ball goes, while the cue ball runs three rails for the final hanger. Andy Segal shot this in ESPN Trick Shot Magic 2004. Learn how!
This is a shot Stefano Pelinga used in a past Trick Shot Magic event. There's a kiss/combo set up by the side pocket and a ball balanced on top of one of the other balls, while a pool cue lays across the table. The cue ball sinks the kiss/combo, dropping the top ball in front of the side pocket, then goes two rails and is guided by the pool cue to pocket the dropped ball. Learn how!