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Nip draw is a jabbed, short draw shot that is normally utilized by billiard players so as to prevent fouls from occurring in situations where the cue ball is extremely close to the target object ball. The nip draw shot is commonly used to prevent a double hit on the shot's follow through.
Your cue ball is awfully close to that object ball, so you may want to use a nip draw shot.
The term "nip draw" is considered to be a slang term related to billiard technique. The nip draw definition was entered on 1/5/2008 11:53:59 AM and was updated on 1/5/2008 11:53:59 AM. It is a cue sport term that is related to billiard technique. It was entered in to the database by the Billiards Forum Editor.
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