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    Stephen Hendry(Author)

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The world's number one snooker player, Stephen Hendry, has won four UK, six world, six Masters titles and a total of 25 world ranking titles, making him the most successful snooker player of all time. In this text, he explains how it is done: from basics, like how to hold the cue correctly and how to form a bridge, through building big breaks and escaping from impossible snookers, to advanced aspects of positional and safety play. Containing personal anecdotes, Hendry recounts his own experiences: weaknesses in his game and how he improved them; mistakes he has made and how he has corrected them; and, perhaps most important of all, how he learned to stay cool under tournament pressure while maintaining total belief in his ability to win. Hendry's accounts of the dramatic moments in his career are both interesting and educational; for example, he has total recall of how he picked himself up psychologically to come from 14-8 down to win the 1992 World Championship final 18-14.
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  • PDF | 128 pages
  • Stephen Hendry(Author)
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC; 2nd Revised edition edition (13 Dec. 1996)
  • English
  • 10
  • Sports, Hobbies & Games

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  • By Cameron Marsden on 15 August 2015

    Brilliant book from what i've read already used some of the techniques that were in the book and already seeing improvements in my game

  • By c.s.watton on 22 June 2015

    The best snooker book focusing on break building kept as uncomplicated as possible .


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