Why Players Find It Hard To Win The Final Frame

The ability to cope under pressure allows the player to successfully cross the finish line. How often do you find yourself in a situation where you need one more frame to win the match but you find it tremendously difficult? Without a doubt, the final frame is the hardest to win. Here, I'll share with you some insights that I learned from Steve Davis and Ken Doherty, two former world champions. The player who is behind in the match [...]

Why I Lost!!! by Anthony Teh

Before anyone jumps to the conclusion that I am giving 101 excuses on my recent tournament loss, this is not a case of being a sore loser. Nope, not at all. What this is, is an analysis on how a club player should approach a tournament game. I am not going to dwell on practice schedules and styles. These are commonly found and vary according to the player's strengths, weaknesses, needs and suitability. But an analysis about a tournament loss? [...]

Snooker Practise Drills by JC

Snooker Practise Drills by JC In any sports that a person wants to excel in, I would say all discipline must do no less than practise, practise and more practise. The same goes for snooker. I'm sure some of you have heard many advises from your friends or acquaintances on practice drills in order to improve your game. Same goes for me but today a friend of mine sent me a very interesting email that we at OriginalOmin.com would love to [...]

Learning Foundation : Snooker Stances by JC

Compilation of advises, tips and tricks from my experience with others Throughout my time playing snooker, I’ve been trying to constantly improve my game my way and seriously, my way was taking me to Timbuktu via Holland. My brother is actually quite a snooker player himself but I was not given many lessons from him until later when I seriously wanted to play the game. Throughout the years, I’ve met many good players and here’s a compilations of advises they gave [...]

How Do You Differentiate Imitation Cues by JC

Compilation of advises, tips and tricks from my experience with others  Throughout my time playing snooker, I’ve been trying to constantly improve my game my way and seriously, my way was taking me to Timbuktu via Holland. My brother is actually quite a snooker player himself but I was not given many lessons from him until later when I seriously wanted to play the game. Throughout the years, I’ve met many good players and here’s a compilations of advises they gave [...]

Getting The Right Cue And Maintaining it – By J.H.Leong

GETTING THE RIGHT SNOOKER CUE ONE PIECE CUE AND 3/4 JOINT CUE ONE PIECE CUE 3/4 JOINT CUE It is generally accepted that a one piece cue offer better feel for the shot. A jointed 3/4 cue tends to be more rigid(stiffness that cut down cue power). This can affect the throw of the cue ball, especially when using side spin and power shots. but nowadays 3 quarter joint cues are more popular, they tend to be easier to carry [...]