Holden Chinaski wrote:I'm very interested to see if Ronnie will keep using this new mental approach and tactics he used against Selby. I think he's really on to something. It makes matches more enjoyable for himself and it's very confusing and frustrating for the opponent. Of course, he has to be playing great to be able to turn it on in frames that aren't scrappy.
That approach worked in the semis but you will lose more than win playing like that and once the shock factor is past then players will adapt and play negatively to get Ronnie to hit and hope out of snookers.
Not the first time Ronnie played like that but the shocking thing was that was the World championship
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