Rotation Drill game layout

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Rotation Drill game layout

Postby monsieurx on Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:54 am

Hi

I've been searching without success for a layout of the rotation drill.
It looks like most balls are on the cushions except 2-3 balls in the center (including the 1 ball). The two ball is on the side rail close to the one and if i remember well, the 4 is up table on the long rail near where you start.

There were some youtube videos but just cannot find them anymore.
Any help is appreciated.

cheers
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Re: Rotation Drill game layout

Postby BECue on Thu Apr 12, 2012 4:09 am

Hi,

Here's a 15 ball frozen rail drill done in rotation by thorsten hohmann. Hope this helps.



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Re: Rotation Drill game layout

Postby monsieurx on Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:07 am

That's almost it!

But this is more like it. Honduran Rotation is the name

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