Snooker Training

How to Maintain Snooker Cue?

How To Maintain Snooker Cue ? Whenever you saw a cueist (snooker player/pool player) holding a small cloth or peace of tissue, you’ll wonder why? “Here is the information that you don’t want to miss...” Every cue need to be wiped after or before use, usually after used. The reason why we need to wipe the cue is to keep the cue clean from the tremble that sometimes it happens when drawing the cue back on the bridge [...]

3 Tips to Remember When Playing Snooker

Here are 3 great tips to remember when you are learning to play snooker. If you follow these 3 guidelines you will surely improve your game. 1) Remember The Basics Your stance is vital when it comes to playing snooker. Always keep your legs at least shoulder width apart and keep your back straight at all times. Remembering to look straight down your cue is very important as it allows you to see where the [...]

Top 4 Tips For Breaking Your Snooker Breaks’ Limits

Snooker Break Tip #1 - "Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. But today is a gift. That is why we call it: The Present" This is taken from the famous movie "Kong Fu Panda." A great philosophical sentence which can be interpreted in many different ways. I won't go into that term here, I just want you to put your work problems at work, your home issues at home, empty your mind, and play a [...]

Learning How to Play Snooker

Snooker is a game which is loved by a lot of people. However it is a very complex game and one needs to be aware of the details of the game, before starting to play it. The snooker game is played with 15 red balls and each of them carries a worth of 1 point. There are other balls too of different colors which are black (7), pink (6), blue (5), brown (4), green (3) and yellow (2), along with [...]

Top 4 Tips For Breaking Your Snooker Breaks’ Limits

Snooker Break Tip #1 - "Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. But today is a gift. That is why we call it: The Present" This is taken from the famous movie "Kong Fu Panda." A great philosophical sentence which can be interpreted in many different ways. I won't go into that term here, I just want you to put your work problems at work, your home issues at home, empty your mind, and play a [...]

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