Witz78 wrote: GJ wrote:
if i go next year
snookerfan wont be happy with you
I really don't care.
You seem to think that just because I watch snooker as solidly as possible when I go, that means I'm upset when other people don't. I'm not Wild. If you want to buy tickets, then only watch a quarter of the snooker, do so.
To answer the question originally posed, it depends whether I'm there by myself or not. A couple of years I went with a friend, and both times we brought tickets to two sessions a day, not three. We still watched every frame of every match we had tickets to, but we took a break, had lunch and a drink, watched the rest on telly.
If I'm there by myself, I tend to want to watch as much snooker as possible. Otherwise I'm just hanging around and killing time. Last year I overdid it a bit, I think. I went Saturday, Sunday and Monday the first week. And saw three sessions the first two days, and the first two sessions the next day. I'd seen so much snooker, it was a blur, and could barely remember who I'd seen play when I got back to the hotel bar.