Iranu wrote:I don't care whether he works on his game, but the first suggestion, certainly.
Generally with these issues, if there´s a learning curve it would a much more sensible and beneficial to make it more visible. I see Shaun is making a good job regarding this issue. So I can´t criticise him at all. Generally with many people, I am sure there is a learning curve, must be, but it would make much sense to make it more visible. It wouldn´t much reduce that magical-element. People keep up talking that the competition is tightening up and that there wouldn´t be anything too easy anymore. Might be so but nowadays people are first in then out. Hot and cold, it is just a matter of a day. If it would be a more solid it would be easier to get used to it and just get on with it. Whatever it ever would be then.
No-one is trapping you. It is just basic calculation things. And to not getting carried away, to not letting your emotions get the best of you.. For a Christ sake. Working on your game. So I am not so sure that the drama is what the fans really wan´t to see.. Sublime and flair is what they prefer to see. Someone like Steve Davis had basically impossible to get rid of being called "The Romford Robot".
But that´s more down to the that hard, good and solid workout he inputted. Other Steve´s nickname were for example "the Ginger Magician", "Interesting", "the Nugget", and "Dab Dab".
Funny old game, isn´t it.
So, there are a numerous ways to improve your game. But making a learning curve more visible helps with many ways. It helps for example to control you emotions better. Which is vital if it is a game of snooker (or a 9ball) what we are talking about.