Then came game two. My ball was now hitting straight through the nose to Brooklyn and was returning with more oil on it. I adjusted my feet right two boards and got the same result. I adjusted my sight over further left several boards,
You are a southpaw, right? This is an issue. If you move your feet 2 boards you need to move your eyes 1 board to keep your break point down lane on the same board. You were having some success, so that would indicate you had the break point nailed and want to keep it on that board. If you do not "move you eyes" when you move your feet, you effectively push the break point farther outside. On house conditions, that means showing your ball more dry, and it overreacts and hooks even more! You moved your eyes LEFT pushing your break point even FARTHER out!! This alone could explain your difficulties. Remember to move your eyes 1/2 as much as you move your feet - in the same direction, once you think you know the correct break point.
Once the ball is goin' cross and/or full on the face, probably a bigger move is indicated...maybe a 4+2 [probably]
YMMV - mine certainly does.
Good luck and report back on your results. I am interested!