8 Ball Pool is a mobile casual game with the theme of billiards. The game keeps you in line with competitors all over the world. This is very interesting, but it can also take up a lot of time when you go through a winning streak or try to redeem yourself after suffering heavy losses. Here is some basic skills for beginners to help you play better and accumulate more coins and cash in the game.
1. Choose your table wisely
When you're just starting this game, the first thing that you don't want, has to be chased by sharks in your meager coin collection! There are a lot of different tables at first, but as you slide you will notice that the entrance fee for these tables is higher than others. At first, stay at a bar in central London until you can master your billiard cue before heading to Sydney. As the entrance fee goes up, and the pot goes up as well, so you can make money faster when you get into a high-end table, but just wait until the high-end table is ready, and most important things is you are ready too!!!
2. Daily game open
Even if you don't have time to play an entire round, you may want to open up a game every day. Each day you can get one free spin on the "Spin Lottery" pole. Spinning will give you coins, cash or mysterious chests, so you can build better billiard cues one by one. You can buy more spins at any time (or get extra free spins), but it's an easy way to collect coins and cash without raising funds.
3. Tips for Better Buying
There always have quick way to gain the benefits. Spend a few coins initially earned to upgrade your tips to achieve greater success in the game. The first cue, available for purchase, offers some advantages, allowing you to shoot with greater force, extend the aiming guide, improve water polo control, or increase shooting time. The more you play, the more clues you can unlock and purchase. You can use hints at first, but if you can score more time and get bonuses, you can use the coins you get in the game to buy hints with real advantages.
4. Use some rotation technique.
Spin technique refers to spinning on the water polo when hitting the ball. Occasionally, if you try to sink the ball dangerously close to your pocket, you'll run into a tricky shot. Rather than shooting with minimal force, press the cue ball button at the top right of the screen. Here you can add a cap where you want to touch the cue ball. Tapping near the floor increases backspin, which is convenient when the ball you're aiming for is close to the pocket. Knocking near the top increases forward spin, and even if the ball hits the target, it's easy to push (and break). Striking to the side will help you prepare for the next shot by moving the cue ball in the desired direction after hitting the target.