Don´t recall it. But in a way that spectator was right; the joy to play (or to follow it) is the most important thing.
And it is not that much straightforward of to gain it. Even if having all the ability in the world. As people seems to think it would be so straightforward. It is an extremely difficult, to be perfectly honest.
No-one can always success. We can count yes, everything required where there, but. But but. No result still, really. Result ain´t 147. But something else close to it. Ang and Jimbo. Angelique Kerber and Jimmy White. Or JOHN Higgins. How good for example are they? A: an extremely good and difficult trademarks to stop. I mean Ang and Jimbo. I still slightly fancy John Higgins ahead of Jimmy White. Watching John´s snooker can be such an experience. The way the sheer physics of the game seems so difficult. Which it also is.
Spectators should just succumb into what they always has been. That´s the only way to really appreciate the sport. To succumb what they have always been. Things used to be so in the 90s. 80s were rough times with some really rough people running the riots. 90s were good. Lot´s of erratic and strange characters started to make their breakthroughs. And if 15 years ago someone would had said that in a year 2015 all the kids and grannies would be using the facebook he or she would had been labelled as insane.
So (still) a lots of things which might cause those things.
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