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2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby Smart



Watch this clip, Joe clearing up to win the 86 World Champs. Now I remember him winning and playing a similar game to that of Murphy 2005 (potting everything in sight), but why at the end of this clip does he have 2 cues in his hand.............. :chin:

Re: 2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby Tubberlad

Whatever about two cues, that's definitely one of the magic snooker moments...

Re: 2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby Smart

SnookerFan wrote:Sorry, I don't mean to be rude, but what's this rubbish?


Not many snooker players walk to their seat with 2 cues, or am I a retard .................? Hence this thread. Pool players use 2 cues, one for breaking off (as extra power is exerted), but not for snooker.

No sensible responses, lock this bad boy thread down please ADMIN. :hatoff:

Re: 2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby Roland

You're right though, I don't remember him having 2 cues but he is 2 cues Johnson. I'll ask Hendon on Twitter :redneck:

Re: 2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby Roland

davehendon David Hendon
@
@snookerisland I asked Joe. He says it was a telecue, basically to be used instead of the long rest before the age of screw-on extensions

Re: 2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby wheelsofsteel

Sonny wrote:davehendon David Hendon
@
@snookerisland I asked Joe. He says it was a telecue, basically to be used instead of the long rest before the age of screw-on extensions


he could also get Sky on it

Re: 2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby Smart

wheelsofsteel wrote:
Sonny wrote:davehendon David Hendon
@
@snookerisland I asked Joe. He says it was a telecue, basically to be used instead of the long rest before the age of screw-on extensions


he could also get Sky on it

rofl :win: :wave:

Re: 2 cues for JOE JOHNSON

Postby Roland

davehendon David Hendon
@
@snookerisland he also says he should have got a haircut for the final