It’s a pleasure to join this multi-wise-ideas forum.
I am now at the technical stage in snooker that allows me to achieve 30+ in the game quite often and to make 92 and 101 break on very easy exercise (line up).
What element of the game would you advice me to improve at this stage according to your personal feelings?
I have the following question.
Is it really important to "measure" and remember 3/4, 1/2, 1/4 balls when sightting?
From my own impressions... approaching to a shot I try concentrate on a spot on the object ball as well as at last stage of the shot. If the shot is far from easy, I try to imagine a cueball touching the necessary spot on the object ball.
One more observation... If I mentally feel at last short moment when I pause: “I am potting it now, 100% sure!”, I definitely pot it. If I think: “Maybe I will pot it”, the probability of miss is rising essentially.
Of course when I think “I am potting it now, 100% sure!” I have absolutely clear idea about the spot on the object ball.
Why do I need to remember 3/4, 1/2, 1/4 balls when sightting? What kind of advantage it should bring to my game?
thanks and regards,