too often players attempt to gain accurate position on a single
ball, when with a little more thought they could easily play position
onto a choice of available reds.
In this way an error on the positional side of the shot does not
necessarily mean end of break, but may provide an escape route with
two or three balls to pick from.
continually playing the shot that gives you the greatest number
of options on the next shot, you reduce the percentages of breaking
down at that visit.
In the picture shown, position has been obtained on the black after
potting a red. A simple stun shot would provide position on the
red on the top cushion, but with a little more thought position
on three reds can be obtained with a screw shot onto the side cushion
and back into the middle of the table.
Although the degree of difficulty in playing this shot is higher,
the break can continue around the three open reds, black, pink and
blue if required..
Leave a choice of options available as often as you can!
your break building skills develop and you begin to make higher
breaks you will find that this may not always be possible. As the
number of reds left on the table diminishes it is not always possible
to 'play the percentages', as accurate position is sometimes required
on a single ball.
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