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    15 reds and colours in under a quarter of a year?

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    i played pool for 10 years , i was playing snooker somtimes but i never take it seriously , about 1 month ago i recorded my self , i discocred that my cuing is ridiculous , i made some improvment i start feeling litle progresse in my game ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by blahblah01 View Post
    15 reds and colours in under a quarter of a year?
    Reds only I think he asked about

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedisbill View Post
    I would say you should be able to achieve that within 2-3 months.

    If you are a complete beginner, you will need to learn how to cue straight reasonably consistently. You will also need to learn how to control the white ball.

    If you keep focused and try hard each session, you will achieve that in 2-3 months.
    For a complete beginner that would be a very tall order I would of thought, unless playing every single day, 🤔

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrc750 View Post
    For a complete beginner that would be a very tall order I would of thought, unless playing every single day, ��
    Yeah fair point. In my mind I had someone playing most days for 2-3 hours. He's unluckily to do that, so I think you're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudza View Post
    hi , what practice do you suggest beffor the line up , to keep the cue straight , and cueing proprely ??
    The line down

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    The way i've been playing lately i've had lots of practice disassembling my cue and putting it in the case, before it gets turned into firewood or a javelin.

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    I know a couple of players who have made century breaks but never cleared the lineout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tedisbill View Post
    I would say you should be able to achieve that within 2-3 months.

    If you are a complete beginner, you will need to learn how to cue straight reasonably consistently. You will also need to learn how to control the white ball.

    If you keep focused and try hard each session, you will achieve that in 2-3 months.
    That's one of my goals, the best I've had in a line up is 80 odd. That is achievable if you're practising a lot, just got to be dedicated really and see a coach to make sure you're technique is sound.


    My problem is that I haven't been putting the time in but I'm going to give it a good go so I'm at a decent standard by the start of the snooker season.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82dhftcR8mY

    2 minutes in, Ronnie's break building drill. That's not a full line up obviously but it might help with the advice.

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