Why study Billiards?

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If you want to increase your level of play, studying billiards play by others and the techniques developed by others will allow you to learn from their experiences. Studying billiards allows to increase your level of play much more quickly than learning from your own mistakes or trying to develop techniques that have already been developed.

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