practice, practice, practice, practice, practice.
Practice, and don't drink too much while you do.
I have a sinking problem with my pool too. The technician says the way to fix it is to drill deep holes around the sinking side and put cement in to support the pool. It is a big job. Takes a couple days. Pool sinking? Is the pool sinking The wall of the pool and coping are one unit, the concrete deck is also a unit, they move independent of each other, with a caulk joint between each. That joint must be maintained. Your pool pro has the right stuff. You wont find home caulk at the DEPOT. Yes I have seen well over 6" inches of change and in very cold spells especially in the wet years on pools, generally they go back into shape, but caulk maintenance is key. The deck is moving usually gives the illusion of the pool sinking. getapool.com goood swimming take care
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First, you need to find and fix the leak that is causing the deck to heave.
There is no game of pool practice, so there are no red balls. The 3 and 11 balls are red in the game of pool however.
all they have to do is make a cow fly to russia
depends on if you're planning on playing the whole game out or not.
There is nothing mandatory for a pool player that he/she must have.
The best way to get better is to get professional instruction and then practice, and practice a lot more. Professional instruction will teach you much more quickly what can take years to learn otherwise.
Zero. There are no points in conventional pool games for any balls, although in straight pool, a point is scored for each legally pocketed ball, regardless of color.
Still used as an Olympic pool for practice and events.