Re: Learning to chop
>As a side note, we also broke four new, tournament quality balls in"It's not an hardbat match until you break at least one ball." - Boneman
>the space of two hours. That hardbat is tough on balls!
Intersting chop methodology by the way. I've never really been much of a chopper myself as (at least when playing with a squishy) I've always been very prone to floating the ball over the end of the table.
Larry "Boneman" Bone
Dingmans Ferry, PA