The chip angle pass allows you to move between opposition lines of foosmen and put yourself in a position to score. It’s an incredibly effective way to move the ball forward and quite simple to master.
Ball handling is a crucial part of foosball game play. The better you are at moving the ball when in your control, the greater your chances of scoring, or at least, putting yourself in a scoring position. It’s also frustrating for opponents when you maintain control and move the ball effectively. That’s a good thing!
Arial shots are illegal in tournament play, but they make one heck of a trick to impress your mates at home or at the pub. If you can get it on target, they’re basically un-defendable and chances are, even if you miss, the guy you’re playing against will lose focus once you pull it off so you can score while he’s bewildered anyway! Here’s how to do it!
Being able to effectively execute the pull shot from the goalie position is an incredibly powerful trick shot to have in your arsenal. It allows you to move quickly from defense to attack and creates more scoring opportunities. If you are playing against lesser opponents you will almost certainly have a goal scoring feast from your goalie!
The Dink Shot is an great weapon against both newbie and better performing players, largely because of it’s deception. It’s a great changeup from the pull shot and as a combination, having an adequate pull shot to go along with a dink shot gives you a powerful 1-2 scoring punch that few regular players are going to be able to match.
How to correctly execute a snake shot, prevent clipping the ball backwards and ultimately, having more control over the execution.
The snake shot takes a bit of learning but once you’ve got some control over the execution, it can be deadly in games against your friends!
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