Position from the 2 going to the 3 is the key here. There are a couple of ways you can do it. I just whipped this up... But the idea will be the same. Make sure you get off the rail after pocketing the 4 ball. I would use follow to get back for the log cut on the 6 ball, making sure to get below the 6 to facilitate position on the 7 ball. Then pocket the 7 ball in the corner using follow or draw depending on exact placement. Shoot the cheese for the win.
I'm not sure I would try to run from this position. I may start with a strong safe on the 1 ball and bide my time for a better leave or possibly ball in hand. Getting from the 3 ball to the 4 ball is the real challenge in my book, given the placement of the 6 ball near the 4 and the fact the 7 ball has the 3 hooked to the best pocket for position on the 4.
I setup the first shot on my table to get a better look at it. Where I set the one ball ended up being a dead scratch in the upper right if I tried to follow. I guess I could of been placing it wrong, but the shot Llama was diagramming wouldn't work with how I set it up. The only option I had to try to run out was something like this:
Certainly not the easiest of run outs.
More likely I would probably play safe. I didn't have a lot of time last night so I didn't look at the safety options. Something like this comes to mind. I'll set it up again on my table tonight if I get a chance so I can see it on the table.
BCA & ACS Instructor, Pittsburgh, PA