Cueing practice a few simple ones: for the knowledgeable please add some email me or leave a comment. 1) To practice your cue action use the baulk line as a guide. To do this aim up to the brown spot along the baulk line and go through your routine of preliminary strokes pause and follow through. If your cue goes left or right your cueing across the line of aim. If the cue slides to the left of the line for a right hander it suggests that the thumb of the bridge hand is too high and the opposite to the right. 2) Another I do is practice with an object ball only. Line up all of the balls along the baulk line and make sure you wipe the chalk of your tip if at the club. Then after this line up the shots go through your routine and pot 4-5 balls in each pocket and then re address the next ball. What this does is free up your cue action and creates a smoother stroke as there’s no reason to pull back. I like many other players have gone through the pulling back on the cue action or stabbing at the ball and this routine gets rid of that. It’s something that without practice i fall back into fairly easily and reminds you to get through the ball. Cueing practice a few simple ones: for the knowledgeable please add some email me or leave a comment. 1) To practice your cue action use the baulk line as a guide. To do this aim up to the brown spot along the baulk line and go through your routine of preliminary strokes pause and follow through. If your cue goes left or right your cueing across the line of aim. If the cue slides to the left of the line for a right hander it suggests that the thumb of the bridge hand is too high and the opposite to the right. 2) Another I do is practice with an object ball only. Line up all of the balls along the baulk line and make sure you wipe the chalk of your tip if at the club. Then after this line up the shots go through your routine and pot 4-5 balls in each pocket and then re address the next ball. What this does is free up your cue action and creates a smoother stroke as there’s no reason to pull back. I like many other players have gone through the pulling back on the cue action or stabbing at the ball and this routine gets rid of that. It’s something that without practice i fall back into fairly easily and reminds you to get through the ball.