to the best of your ability revolves as much around the choice
of shot that you make, as to how the shot is finally executed.
decision making regarding shot selection, requires a depth of
understanding and knowledge that can only be obtained through
many hours of study at the practice table.
Your learning process can be accelerated by identifying 'set situations'
and programming yourself how best to respond. Much of the information
contained in the links on this page, addresses the correct response
to certain situations, whilst also examining some of the issues
relating to shot selection and break building
do the professionals approach shots off the cushion?
Why do they always seem to have a choice of pots available to them?
What is the best shot to play on a re-spotted black?
What is a chinese snooker?
answers to these and many other questions are contained within,
but remember; identifying the correct shot is comparatively easy,
but executing the shots properly is wholly dependant on your 'cueing',
'touch', 'feel' and 'technical ability.'
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