Monthly Archives: August 2013

Cueing Action (part 3)

The key to success for some curious reason, run-of-the mill and even quite good snooker players do not have a similar obsession with their cueing action.  They worry about potting angles and gaining position. They strive to gain cue control … Continue reading

Cueing Action (part 2)

That may sound like a gross over simplification, but a moment’s reflection will tell you that it is not. In order to achieve any desired result with the object ball (potting it being the most obvious one) and subsequently with … Continue reading

Cueing Action (part 1)

Anyone who has spent any time at all on a snooker table knows that it is easy enough to pot a red ball now and again. And if that pot leaves the cue ball well positioned on a colour, either … Continue reading