Before you become a good snooker player you must learn a variety of shots. There are millions of different shots, every shot you play in a match really depends on how much ground work has been done.
Before you start to to play well consistently you must first develop a good firm stance, bridge hand , learn proper cuing and be able to control the path of the cue ball.
Whether it's a full ball, half ball, or the control of side, screw and stun. Over the years one thing I have learned is that each player has their own individual style of play and no two players are alike.
As a coach I will fine tune everything, like cue action, bridge hand stance, rest play. The shots I have selected will help you to understand and improve your cue action, and teach you how to control the white ball.
Because if you control the white ball you will control the match.
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