This is a cool shot invented by Matt 'No Fail' MacPhail. The objective is to hit the cue ball into the stacked pool balls making both of them in the corner pocket, then draw all the way up table to make the hanger. This will certainly test how straight you're stroking. Learn how!
This is a neat little draw shot that ends up tracing an arcing path, almost like a masse shot. The cue ball is pinched between the rail and an object ball and the natural bank angles are obstructed by the arc of other object balls. Shooting with some draw and right english, I compress the rail and curve around the obstructing balls making the final stripe in the corner pocket. Learn how!
I picked this shot off the internet somewhere, probably Pavel Poledno (ppooler) or Tommy Vancraybeek (tombuzz). Conceptually, it's pretty simple, split the two balls on the spot, slide over into the cue knocking a ball in the side, and then drawing all the way back for the hanger in the corner. It's slightly more difficult than it sounds, but not by too much. Learn how!
This shot combines a couple classics. First, the 5 ball squeezes past the 3 ball into the side pocket. Second, the cue ball draws back to make the 1 ball. And third, the 3 ball banks 3 rails, reversing direction on the way, to find the far side pocket as well after the 1 ball is gone. Learn how!