A Complete Spin Guide for 8 Ball Pool Beginners2019-05-29 09:12:42
Spin can help you better position the cue ball after you’ve taken a shot, setting you up for your next one. You can also use it to snooker your opponent or stop you from potting the cue ball on your turn. If you are new to 8 Ball Pool and have no idea of how to use spin, here’s exactly what you need. Be sure to read on.
In order to position your cue ball well you must master the art of using spin. You can put spin on the ball by moving the red symbol on the cue ball with your mouse or using the arrow keys. That will cause the ball to spin in that direction after it’s hit a ball.Personally I use the arrow keys as these are allow me to do it a lot faster and spend more time concentrating on the shot itself.
On Mobile, all you need to do is tap the cue ball in the top right of the screen and move the red circle to apply spin in that direction.
In short, placing the contact point at the bottom of the ball will cause the cue ball to spin back once it contacts the object ball. The lower you put the point the more spin that will be generated and the harder you hit the shot the more spin the at will be generated. If you place the cue contact point at the top of the cue ball then this will cause the cue ball to follow through once it makes contact with the object ball, as with back spin the harder you hit it the more spin will be generated.
Side spin is the final form, you can use this to change the angle that the cue ball takes when it comes off the cushion. If you were to put right hand side spin on, the ball will hit the cushion and bounce more towards the right than if you hit it in the middle. Another thing that has an effect on the angle the cue ball takes when it comes off the cushion is the speed it is travelling at. The faster it is travelling the straighter the ball will bounce and the slower it travels the more of an angle it will take. Very handy for getting out of tight snookers where it would normally be nearly impossible.
If you do not hit the cue ball hard enough the spin on the ball will run out by the time it reaches the object ball and will have no effect.
How to use Spin: It depends on the aiming system used by a player…Ghost ball aiming, Fractional Ball, Parallel line, Spot on wall, Spot on the object ball, Inverse Pocket, Clock System, CTE aiming system, DAM any many more…I suggest Fractional Ball aiming is the best.
Have a play around with spin, you need to familiarize yourself with the amount of spin you need in different situations and it might be worth while to try practicing using the other pool games available on Miniclip.And if you wanna buy Cheap 8 Ball Pool Coins, Joymmo.com should be your first choice.
That’s the end of this guide. Hope it helps!