Wildey wrote: Cloud Strife wrote:
Wildey wrote:yes that was bang out of order and could have hit either referee, Perry or a member of the audience he was extremely lucky where that cue ball ended up
How could it have hit Perry when Perry had already walked out of the arena ahead of him? If anything he would have been extremely UNlucky had it hit anyone, as he only flicked the ball with his cue.
yea and Robbo's frustration was contrived "ok joe out of the arena ill throw the cueball off the table now"
it was a moment and neil had no idea what was happening or where the cueball would land.
of course if you was in the audience i would hope it would hit you and then maybe just maybe knock some sense in to you
I'm not saying it was contrived, he was clearly frustrated. And I'm fully behind Robertson on this. Snooker players are not robots (except maybe Hendry) and we should not expect them to be either. Frustration is allowed, IMO.
What I was questioning is your suggestion that the cueball might have hit someone. Firstly, Perry was already out of arena as I've mentioned. Secondly, this was China, you'd be lucky to get one man and his dog in audience most of the time so the chances of hitting a fan would have been slim too, to say the least.
Personally, I suspect you are simply being melodramatic and trying to blow this incident out of all proportion.