Let’s learn how to do Two-Rail Kick Shots. This is a very useful technique to learn for general gameplay. You’ll find that the basic principles of kick-shots apply to just about everything else in the game, so this is a great technique to learn.
You’ll want to use running English (left hand English) for any multiple rail kick-shots, including this one. You then need to imagine a spot somewhere in the room that’s about 20 feet away from where you are standing. This spot is where you want to make the ball come into contact with the first rail. You then need to aim for that spot and strike the ball using running English. You’ll likely need to practice this “spot visualization” technique quite a bit to get really good at it.
The cool thing about this technique is that, once you have your spot picked out, you can keep using that exact same spot no matter where your cue ball is. As long as you keep aiming through that spot, you’ll make your shot every time.