Monthly Archives: August 2017

Going from making a few fifty breaks one night on the snooker table to making not even twenty breaks the next night can be a very frustrating experience for a keen player. This situation usually comes down to seven things: Getting out of ruts Self diagnosis & self prescription Consistency Psychology Acceptance Use playing badly…

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A player in The Snooker Gym Community on Facebook asked: Should you risk playing poorly on a bad table? Or stick to a good table (the one you practice on the most) and play well??? My answer was that learning to adapt to different tables is a vital skill. So, because ‘a lesson in life…

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