recurring theme within this part of the web site has been to focus
your mind on planning and shot selection during your break building.
the picture opposite the white has settled in perfect position on
the red ball closest to the cushion can only realistically be potted
in one pocket, now is the time to take it on. This leaves the other
red centrally placed beneath the pink, for later in the break.
the easy pot and working and thinking smarter rather than harder,
are all part and parcel of improving your break building potential.
A further secret of building bigger breaks is to leave yourself
the reds which are pottable in more than one pocket. The positioning
of some reds on the table will mean that they can only be expected
to 'go' in one pocket.
a break you will often find that you obtain relatively good position
on these balls, often by accident. Take the balls which pot in one
pocket only, whenever the chance arises, leaving the balls that
pot into numerous pockets for later in the break.
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