Category Archives: Snooker Psychology

Snooker Psychology: Ronnie O’ Sullivan – The 146!

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It’s the second round of snooker’s Welsh Open. And all eyes are on Ronnie O’Sullivan. After refusing a maximum the previous day, O’Sullivan has brought plenty of media and public attention to himself. Steve Davis once said something like, that if he ever played a casual shot then he fully expected the snooker gods to show him their displeasure. ┬áSo… Read more »

Snooker Psychology: Stuart Bingham – xxxx It!

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He wasn’t on many people’s list of potential winners. A solid tour professional who had never got past the second round at The Crucible before. But against the odds Stuart Bingham was crowned 2015 World Snooker Champion. Bingham has always given the impression, that he didn’t feel he was good enough to beat the games best players. For example, at… Read more »

Snooker: Ronnie O’Sullivan – The Zone

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It’s the final of the World Snooker Championship, at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre. Ronnie O’Sullivan has taken command of his match against final debutant, Alistair Carter. But Ronnie seems frustrated. Slightly ill at ease. It’s as if he is desperate to play the flowing,┬ámagical snooker that put paid to Stephen Hendry’s title challenge. But somehow, he can’t quite seem to attract… Read more »