Like pool it’s a great game for catching up with old friends or for an evening out and like pool it can be immensely satisfying for beginners to see that first red drop down in the pocket.
Unlike pool however, learning snooker can be both immensely rewarding and immensely frustrating and can end up being a game you play for the rest of your life.
After those first few games, most people tend to progress through snooker in the same way.
They go back to that same local club with their mates or with their family, spend a few months getting to know the game and learning snooker through trial and error, all the while getting more and more addicted.
Then normally after putting together their first twenty or thirty break, they’ll decide they want to get their own cue. From here on in they’re well and truly hooked and start playing more and more, hoping to reach that forty or even fifty break.
People forget that there is a world of difference between playing snooker and learning snooker, and once you’ve committed to the game if you want to improve, you need to concentrate on learning how to play better snooker.
Here at Snooker Guide we can offer a simple and fun way to get you learning snooker properly.
In our members section we’ll show you how to take some time to yourself at the snooker table and the correct way to practice.
We’ll take you through the correct order of practice routines and help you line up a practice regime to fix your cueing, potting and all other elements of your game. Then we’ll teach you how to apply that practice in match play situations and show you how to win the games you used to lose.
One of the reasons we started this site was that we noticed there was surprisingly little decent material (either in print or on the web) on learning to play snooker and it was our aim to change that.
No matter what stage of learning snooker you’ve reached, we’ve got tutorials and articles to improve your game.
Right from lessons on the basics of snooker and the rules of snooker, through to comprehensive guides on buying a cue or changing a cue tip.
We even have advice for those at the top end of the game on how to become a professional.
We’ve also got a massive collection of guides, diagrams, videos as well as links and recommendations for snooker coaches, snooker venues, snooker tickets.
In other words, here at Snooker Guide we’ve got every area of learning snooker and watching snooker completely covered.
If you are still unsure whether Snooker Guide is right for you then let us highlight the top reasons why you should join our community today:
Access to everything in our online training area can be yours just a few minutes from now. Once your payment has been processed you will receive your login details immediately so you can start learning to be a better player today.
All it costs is a one-time payment of £19.95, no recurring fees and no add-on charges, just one fee that we will even give you back whether you like Snooker Guide or not!
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