When do you "know"?
This is something I've always done, the issue I have is that it causes me to overthink and obsess over the tiny details, what am I doing differently on the shots I know are good? We all know overthinking is usually a solid way to put your game off! Sometimes I can tell just by the transfer to my throwing hand if it's going to be decent or cat all together
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Can genuinely say I never know if it's going to hit before it leaves my hand, but I know within a split second of follow through and release if it's going to be in the right area.

I have solid muscle memory for certain shots on the board for some reason, and 95% of the time I know within a split second whether it's gonna be in or I've wired it on release.
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(01-10-2019, 05:55 PM)Dan180 Wrote: Can genuinely say I never know if it's going to hit before it leaves my hand, but I know within a split second of follow through and release if it's going to be in the right area.

I have solid muscle memory for certain shots on the board for some reason, and 95% of the time I know within a split second whether it's gonna be in or I've wired it on release.

Same...
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I can't tell reliably. Sometimes I throw and immediately think 'that's in' and it isn't. Sure, sometimes it is but I'm wrong as often as I'm right. Likewise with a poor throw, if I don't yip it halfway across the board (which is immediately obvious well before it hits anything) then I can throw and think 'that's nowhere near' and it goes straight into the target, but that's pretty rare by comparison.
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