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  • New Video: 139 Total Clearance - Talk-through

    Hi everyone!

    I hope you're all doing well and enjoying your snooker.

    My latest video is now on YouTube talking through a total clearance. There is lots to think about for all players of all abilities, so please check it out.

    If you enjoyed the video, please give it a like, please share the video and subscribe to the channel to help me keep making more content.

    WPBSA Level 2 - 1st4Sport Coach
    Available for personalised one-to-one coaching sessions
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    Website: www.bartonsnooker.co.uk

  • #2
    that's very nice indeed, looks so effortlessly
    must be a great feeling to be able to do that, and not worry about missing a silly one or one of those rest shots.
    which I tend to do......

    keep up the good work
    matt

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    • #3
      Very Very nice Steve.
      Snooker is a game of simple shots played to perfection Joe Davies

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      • #4
        Lovely insight. First over the ball black was the hardest I think.
        Would take me ages to get that score even in lineup.

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        • #5
          Nice vid Steve, cheers. Just wondering why you played the low black at 25 points in the break with side?

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          • #6
            Originally Posted by jonny66 View Post
            Nice vid Steve, cheers. Just wondering why you played the low black at 25 points in the break with side?
            Hi Jonny,

            Believe it or not, it becomes much easier to pot that ball with side than it does plain ball. Using a little bit of "helping side", just makes the pot feel more comfortable.

            You'll find that most of the professionals do exactly the same thing.

            Quote from Shaun Murphy here:
            Shaun Murphy: "Most players I know use side on most shots. I play nearly every shot with running / helping side."

            ​​​​​​​I actually find a lot of players do it without even realising it. They think they are hitting centre ball, when in fact they have a touch of side on the cue-ball.
            WPBSA Level 2 - 1st4Sport Coach
            Available for personalised one-to-one coaching sessions
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            Contact: steve@bartonsnooker.co.uk
            Website: www.bartonsnooker.co.uk

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            • #7
              Top class as always.
              Looking for perfection is the only way to motivate yourself.

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