high breaks at snooker revolves as much around shot selection as
it does around potting ability.
In certain circumstances the easiest ball to pot
may be the wrong ball to attempt, especially if you are interested
in scoring heavily and building big breaks in one visit to the table.
Refusing to take the easiest ball available to pot is often necessary
to progress to bigger breaks.
Outstanding break builders are constantly seeking to pot the balls
which open up other options for the break to continue. A straight
red into a corner pocket may be refused for a slightly more difficult
pot which promotes other reds whilst retaining decent position on
this way balls are manipulated around the table with little cannons,
flicks and nudges constantly maneuvering balls into potable positions.
Great players keep their options open and often seem to have numerous
choices of pots available. Even when exact or perfect position is
lost, there is often an alternative shot available to keep the break
is often the result of perfect shot selection earlier in the break,
shunning easier pots for the more difficult shots which provided
greater break building potential. Planning ahead during your breaks
is all part and parcel of successful break building and is equally
as important as good potting ability.
the two together and you are well on the way to making big breaks.
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