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  • New Video: Escaping From Snookers

    Hi everyone!

    My latest video is now on my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/BartonSnooker

    This video has some tips to hopefully give you more success when playing out of snookers.

    If you enjoy the video, please consider giving the video a like and also subscribing to the channel

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  • #2
    Superb video. Very useful.
    Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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    • #3
      Originally Posted by fkhan View Post
      Superb video. Very useful.
      Thank you!
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      • #4
        Hi Steve,

        Great video - useful on the object ball thing...In a match is it OK to actually cue up to the object

        Also, you could have mentioned about using the spots or lines as guides when getting out of snookers which is also useful to look at when getting out of a snooker

        Just another add on, I think learning trickshots is actually a good way of learning angles on the table. And it's fun.

        If I didn't live so far away I'd probably have a lesson with you!...Always learning something new!

        Cheers...
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        • #5
          Originally Posted by chrisg View Post
          Hi Steve,

          Great video - useful on the object ball thing...In a match is it OK to actually cue up to the object

          Also, you could have mentioned about using the spots or lines as guides when getting out of snookers which is also useful to look at when getting out of a snooker

          Just another add on, I think learning trickshots is actually a good way of learning angles on the table. And it's fun.

          If I didn't live so far away I'd probably have a lesson with you!...Always learning something new!

          Cheers...
          I think Carom is the best for learning the angles.

          Nice vid again Steve, I liked the disappearing reds, nice touch.

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          • #6
            Originally Posted by chrisg View Post
            Hi Steve,

            Great video - useful on the object ball thing...In a match is it OK to actually cue up to the object

            Also, you could have mentioned about using the spots or lines as guides when getting out of snookers which is also useful to look at when getting out of a snooker

            Just another add on, I think learning trickshots is actually a good way of learning angles on the table. And it's fun.

            If I didn't live so far away I'd probably have a lesson with you!...Always learning something new!

            Cheers...
            I saw Anthony McGill talked about using the spots and aiming for balls very recently, which is something I do, but I didn't want to nick his video content. Very useful though, yes!

            Glad you're enjoying the videos, Chris!
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            • #7
              Originally Posted by jonny66 View Post
              I think Carom is the best for learning the angles.

              Nice vid again Steve, I liked the disappearing reds, nice touch.
              Thanks, Jonny!

              Yeah! Carom is great for angles. I've had a couple of quick games and it really is incredible how difficult it is!
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              • #8
                Oh, and yes, Chris! Perfectly fine to cue up from the object ball in a match.
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