Badsnookerplayer wrote: D4P wrote:
Dan-cat wrote:I think (hope) Baddy meant this thread as tongue in cheek.
He was just taking an (indirect) shot at Ronnie. It's a commonly-used tactic that masks an underlying jealousy.
Well not really D4P.
I think it is interesting.
I think because Jack is a working class lad, people say that he just tells Judd to practice more (presumably because working class people are unintelligent and can't understand sport science or psychology).
Steve Peters on the other hand being solid middle class is viewed as a genius and deep thinker. The class system and snobbery are alive and well in the UK.
Interesting responses to what - I think - is a fair question to ask. Based on the WC and watching Judd and Ronnie's performance, who would you think had the better mind coach?
Wtf are you on about class system? Take that tinfoil hat off son
Judd is Jack's brother who is 99% gonna be more willing to listen to because he's a family member, nothing else. He just practices more Judd has himself said this. He came back to the table and worked twice as hard after the media kept putting him down.
Steve Peters is a friggin' well know sports psychiatrist who has worked with TONS of other sports players who have all credited him, heck he has even worked with football teams. He has a better catalogue of credentials not to mention they are completely different, one tells the other to practice more, while the other is a professional psychiatrist whose job is to sort of players mentality, he doesn't take balls out of the pocket like Jack's brother does. His job is to help sportsmen overcome mental demons that get in the way of their performance, meaning, those sportsmen have the ability to win but due to their mental hindrance it stops them from winning.
Judd didn't have these problems lmao
Steve Peters wouldn't work on Judd for example and Jack's brother wouldn't have the same effect on Ronnie either. They had 2 different problems.