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Thread: How to Combat Slow Play (intentional or not)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue crafty View Post
    look around at everything in the club except the table when he is on it.
    Absolutely. I can vouch that this works. Some guys I have played are far slower than any pro you might have seen on tv. One minute per shot, 25+ feathers, getting up on a shot, chalking again...etc. You don't want to look at that.
    What others have said is true. It is very rare to see a very good slow players. They always seem to have severe limitations in their game.

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    it is not relevant - your speed is you at the table - when he is at the table listen to music in your head and relax.
    ADR hit the nail on the head for me... Just do what you want to do when you're at the table, nothing else should really matter.

    When I come up against someone (normally some no hoper thinking they'll frustrate me) playing slow or refusing pots I play a little game where I don't go for anything at all for a few minutes... Even if they're over the hole, just keep playing immaculate safeties for as long as I can.

    They always lose their rag and revert to type, smashing balls everywhere and twitching like a Dog in a sausage factory.
    Last edited by pottr; 4th February 2019 at 11:57 AM.

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