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    Default Snooker line up 96 break

    Hello another video this time with a 96 break, any comments will be very much appreciated, im aware of my long bridging and its something im currently working on with my coach.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRgrosx739c




    Thanks in Advance

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    you hit the ball quite nice, whats your high break? have you cleared the line yet?

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    thank you yes cleared the line a few times, max break is 133 in practice, in games 88 max yourself?

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    heres a couple of my favorite routines: sequential line https://youtu.be/3b1ijQdMX2k, 100 blacks https://youtu.be/uIBLNk5NWDY.. but when i was playing and working on my game, one of my best achievements was completing the fergal O'Brien practice workout: http://fergalobrien.ie/practice.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by j6uk View Post
    heres a couple of my favorite routines: sequential line https://youtu.be/3b1ijQdMX2k, 100 blacks https://youtu.be/uIBLNk5NWDY.. but when i was playing and working on my game, one of my best achievements was completing the fergal O'Brien practice workout: http://fergalobrien.ie/practice.html
    One of the best practice routines out there. I always had a problem with the 7-red routine. As to the OP's question on cue length over bridge it really makes not a lot of difference as on longer pots you have more cue to aim with but your delivery has to be solid with 14" or so out there. Jimmy White used to have a lot of cue out there and he was one of the best long potters in the game.

    I think what you'll find if you observe yourself is when you have shorter shots you will unconsciously have less cue out past the 'V' and this is normal for most players. You'll see this happen with a lot of the pros and I don't think it's something you have to worry about a lot.

    Nice technique and yes you do have a lot of cue out there but nice smooth backswing and delivery.
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    many thanks for your comments much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j6uk View Post
    heres a couple of my favorite routines: sequential line https://youtu.be/3b1ijQdMX2k, 100 blacks https://youtu.be/uIBLNk5NWDY.. but when i was playing and working on my game, one of my best achievements was completing the fergal O'Brien practice workout: http://fergalobrien.ie/practice.html
    good routines here - the sequential line up is one I do - first saw Hendry doing this and I like the ding ap routines free download on apple ....good suggestions here I think given your standard - it will help challenge you and move on to the next level rather than just stay with the same old things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jy1471 View Post
    Hello another video this time with a 96 break, any comments will be very much appreciated, im aware of my long bridging and its something im currently working on with my coach.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRgrosx739c




    Thanks in Advance
    Only thing I noticed is, you'd improve your timing a bit more if you got through the ball more. It looks like you are practically finishing at or just beyond the cue ball. Watch J6's line up and you should see what I mean, his cue comes to a natural finish accelerating up to the cue ball.

    You already have a routine and good cueing, the added timing should help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j6uk View Post
    heres a couple of my favorite routines: sequential line https://youtu.be/3b1ijQdMX2k, 100 blacks https://youtu.be/uIBLNk5NWDY.. but when i was playing and working on my game, one of my best achievements was completing the fergal O'Brien practice workout: http://fergalobrien.ie/practice.html
    j6uk do you ever practice at the Star Snooker Academy?

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    sequential line up just noticed is not the one I do - sorry did not look at the video - I do the other one where you have to take one red in corner to make the other red available in opposite corner...try and find ...

    Ok edit found the routines I do here##


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