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    I must say that the best advice was given by an old snooker hall owner a long time ago, he told me to pick a spot where I wanted to be after the ball is potted and figure out a way to get there.
    I try hard, play hard and dont always succeed, at first.!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Davidson View Post
    Staying still on the shot and also trying to hit the object ball with the tip

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    Thanks Terry this has really helped me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkster63 View Post
    I must say that the best advice was given by an old snooker hall owner a long time ago, he told me to pick a spot where I wanted to be after the ball is potted and figure out a way to get there.
    I must have picked the bar a few times as I've ended up there within minutes of a few bad shots.

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    Don't double the stakes after getting soundly thrashed by a far superior opponent, just to impress the birds..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shockerz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sharkster63 View Post
    I must say that the best advice was given by an old snooker hall owner a long time ago, he told me to pick a spot where I wanted to be after the ball is potted and figure out a way to get there.
    I must have picked the bar a few times as I've ended up there within minutes of a few bad shots.
    lol. Top draw mate! ?
    No cheap shots...well maybe the odd one if its funny...

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    Using my chest and chin together as a contact point. It stopped any up and down movements during my cueing and allows me to deliver the cue more consistently. I read in an article by Steve Davis about the technicalities of the mechanics and the most important bit was bring your chest to the cue, not your cue to the chest.

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    "your cue is not in the line of aim" this helps me a lot.

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