Put additional force behind your shots
Once you start playing, you need to closely check the running of your pool table and adjust your game accordingly. If the table is slow, you will have to put more force behind your shots. Similarly, an oversized ball is likely to travel slower as compared to a regular cue ball; therefore, you will have to apply additional force while executing your shots.
It is recommended that you play a few practice shots before an actual game. In order to make an oversized cue ball move faster, you should strike it a little above the middle of the ball with a reasonable follow through.
Do not be over aggressive in the beginning
Every pool player has a certain style. If you come across an over-sized cue ball, it is highly recommended that you curb your natural instincts and try to play a little defensively in the beginning. This will give you time to adjust and change your game accordingly and once you get used to the scenario, you may start attacking.
Placement of the cue ball
Pool and snooker are all about the right placement of the cue ball according to the next potable ball. Experienced players are able to position the cue ball and make subsequent shots easier. In order to spin an oversized cue ball or turn it after it strikes the rail, you will have to re-adjust the point of impact between the cue and the cue ball.