A trick shot is a shot that is played on a billiards table, which seems unlikely or impossible or requires significant skill. Trick shots frequently involve the balls organized in ways that are unlikely or impossible to appear in normal play, such as balls being in a straight line, or use props such as extra cues or a triangle that would not be allowed on the table during a game. You have probably seen such a viral trick shot video that is circulating on social media.
Here in this video you can see, a stunning 150 meter trick shot using the entire bar. The two YouTuber set the design alone to entertain his viewers. More than one million people have watched this stunning snooker trick shot that is set up across a bar in Bristol. Odds are, not everything was what it appeared to be.
A video-maker and pool lover shot the video in the Allstar Sports Bar as their late Christmas trick shot and it’s since gone viral online. It took about 11 hours to set up the 500ft (152m) putt and was filmed by general manager Shane O’Hara and bar assistant Tom Woolman. It took almost two minutes of the golf ball that is putted down some stairs to trigger an eye-catching sequence of snooker and pool balls colliding, helped by variously positioned cues that steer a careful path.
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