This involves not just going to as many tournaments as you can, (although this is an excellent way to learn as well, if you can afford it) but also watching as much snooker on TV as possible, as well as studying as many snooker videos as you can get your hands on.
In doing so, not only will you be able to learn from the professionals about differing styles of play but also their tactics and shot selection.
This in itself will massively improve your own game.
One of the greatest lessons in snooker is to know when to take on certain pots and when to know your limits. If you watch snooker videos you soon realise that if the best players in the world play in this way, you should too!
In our members section at Snooker Guide we have compiled a massive selection of snooker videos to help you improve your game. Not only do we have snooker videos to supplement our snooker tuition and our snooker guides, but we’ve also collected a number of clips and recordings of players as well as highlights from tournaments to help you learn from and improve your technique.
As you will have noticed when you watch the BBC coverage, snooker videos these days have the advantage of providing camera angles and digital marker lines to show you the shots available at any given point and how the players are thinking about where the white should end up, as well as providing overhead shots to give a different perspective.
These are invaluable tools in developing the right kind of ‘snooker brain’ and teaching the advantages of thinking about positional play when you are just starting out in the game.
Similarly, we will also provide snooker videos that show the correct posture and stance, how to grip correctly and how your cueing action should be working.
These offer an unrivalled teaching perspective and give you something to practice with at your local snooker club.
Finally, we’ll also be offering reviews of some of the snooker DVD’s available to buy in shops at the moment, from trick shots DVD’s to tournament highlights to teaching snooker. Videos are an amazing way to learn and a big part of what we offer here at Snooker Guide and we think you’ll find them an extremely useful tool for improving your game.
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