By Eric “The Preacher” Yow
WPA Masse World Champion
There’s an old saying, “different strokes for different folks.” I’ve never heard it used where it actually made sense and honestly, I’m not old enough that I can say I’ve ever used it in any context. However, it is fitting for this article about jump strokes. If you’re like most readers of this publication, you are a serious player, you own several cues, you own at least one jump cue, and you read these articles to educate yourself further in the game. People ask me from time to time how I accelerated in the game at the pace at which I did and I always tell them, “I read as much as I could.” You, like I, want to learn as much as you can about the little nuances of the game and improve your abilities in any way possible.