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  • #16
    Let's not forget it is the same for the opposing player, so it's a case of how you, or he, deals with it

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Cue crafty View Post
      Fully and completely endorse this approach to young eager talent! If Jimmy white had done this he would have had at least 4 world titles.

      Still love the numpty though.
      Let's not forget that he did win a World title. He was World Amateur Champion in 1980 (I think). Some folk dont know that and just as many folk forget it.

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      • #18
        A key point to remember is that whatever feelings you have, your opponent is feeling the same.
        That's why discipline can and will be a deciding factor.

        As others have wrote, Jimmy White is a great example of a player who had great abilities but not the discipline to harness those abilities when it really mattered...

        All sports require a high skill set outside the rudimentary ones - being able to rest the mind, keep the mind clear etc...

        Selby would be the modern day prime example of a player who's strengths go way beyond that of the rudimentary game skill required.
        "I got injected with the passion for snooker" - SQ_FLYER
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