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Thread: Break Building and Shot Selection

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    Nice one tedisbill. Always good to get some coaching from a player that can do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sealer View Post
    Nice one tedisbill. Always good to get some coaching from a player that can do it.
    Thanks, Sealer. Glad you enjoyed it!
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    Great stuff. I especially like how you didn't edit the video. You could have easily had several tries and the posted the ideal one where you got all angles correct and cleared everything without ever needing anything more than a stun shot.
    Just goes to show, how difficult this game really is, even for very accomplished high level players. One small positional error, just one tentative shot is all it takes for end of break.

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    That's ace man. Glad you enjoyed it and hopefully found it useful.
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    Nice video, it's always impressive to see someone talk their way through a break. I've tried to do it in person with someone but I usually end up either missing early or just mumbling as I start to get focused.

    With regard to the earlier comments about shot selection, I don't really see any issues. I mean, I'm sure Ronnie could provide some tips, but in general to me it didn't look like the layout was conducive to small stuns and screws. And although I suppose at some point you could have stayed on the pink in that way, it was far more instructive to focus on the black. To me, this video is aimed at people who can score but are looking to be more consistent and part of that is improving around the black spot. I read a tip here earlier this year about staying high on the black and it has made a huge difference in my scoring.

    Any how, nice video and I look forward to future installments.

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    Thanks very much Csmith. Really appreciate your feedback and hope to keep making videos.
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