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r Billiards. 45.—CROSS CANNONS. By R1SO LEVI (Copyright). By RISO LEVI (Copyright). Diaigi-a-m 652 illustrates the curve which tho cue ball may describe when with the first « Diagram 632.—The curve that the cue ball may describe when a cross cannon is played with top and high pace. object ball lying close to the cushion 11,2 stroke is played with plenty of top and pace. Diagram 633 illustrates a 'position whioii affords a double ohanoe of ecoring. The stroke to play for is the cross oannon, but when the canron is missed through the cue ball not travelling quite high enough up -he lable the centre pocket may possibly be Di?rajn 3.-A, positioD from which a MOM In-off I may be made when playing for tlw crcEs cannon. Object white touching the "ide cushion and 47 inches from the baulk cusliion. Red ball toucing the side cushion and just above the centre pocket. found instead. Getting the pocket instead of the cannon can hardly be called a till;?ll or, at any rate, such a stroke, if some- what in the nature of a fluke cannot be classed in the same category as ordinary flukes. Positions often occur which, whilst presenting nothing at all easy, offer a chance of a score in a different way from that attempted by the player, provided that the stroke played for is not missed by very muoh, and good players in many instances go out for a difficult stroke sorely on account (yf. the double chance of a score which the positon afforcis. Mr. Levi's articles appear every Saturday in I the" Evening Express." No. 1 of this series appeared on October 3.

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