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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 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


   

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