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Greatest genius in snooker history?

Ronnie O'Sullivan
5
56%
Luca
4
44%
 
Total votes : 9

Re: Greatest genius in snooker history?

Postby Andre147

HustleKing wrote:Barry Hawkins. The only man to pot a red off a break :bowdown:


Of course not.

I've seen Quinten Haan smash the pack off the break and pot a red.

Re: Greatest genius in snooker history?

Postby Iranu

SnookerFan wrote:
Iranu wrote:Jonathan Bagley


I assumed that his status as a genius was implied.

He deserves to have it said wherever possible.

Re: Greatest genius in snooker history?

Postby vodkadiet1

Actually it was Cliff Wilson. He was blind in one eye and still beat Ronnie O'Sullivan when he was about 60 years old!

Re: Greatest genius in snooker history?

Postby SnookerFan

vodkadiet1 wrote:Actually it was Cliff Wilson. He was blind in one eye and still beat Ronnie O'Sullivan when he was about 60 years old!


Bagley still better.

Re: Greatest genius in snooker history?

Postby Wildey

vodkadiet1 wrote:Actually it was Cliff Wilson. He was blind in one eye and still beat Ronnie O'Sullivan when he was about 60 years old!

Cliff was a unbelievable talent he played in the 1994 WC lost 10-9 in Quals with all sort of health problems and died in May 1994.

If ever there was a player that underachieved for all sort of different reasons it was Him