As long as there is something not to be discussed yet, as long there will be an easy new , handy informations and news available.
Print your whole posting history with a dates, and make it a book (to you). You will notice that after all it wasn´t that much poor or bad what I used to post... Just keep it coming (hardly no offence taken), even when it feels quite akward at the time.
There will be easy new ones about to arrive.
Overally, it must be someone who posses a constant self-confidence cause we all do trying to gain something from them. And there can´t be anything more valuable than that.
Just a belief that everything is spot on. Still two working hands, still two working legs. No-one quite to tell you what to certainly not to do… If not having those working hands and legs, might require some help, which "might" be on its way… If having those, not ANY KINF OF A help will be on its way.
It must be someone who doesn´t cause any upsets and surprises, given how it is being played... That´s how any given valuable people is being rewarded at. Or must it really? Most of the people always moaning that no really upsets even happen, all is same, no-one ever upsets you in terms of changing your life...
Upsets-wise the greatest ever snooker play of all time is Lucas Kleckers. Never had thought he could start playing so classy and high-quality snooker! He just did! He just did! Kleckers, followed be the likes of Neil Robertson, Zhou, Alexander Ursenbacher, Mark Selby, Anthony McGill.
More traditionally, where they never upsets you with how they just are plus how well they quite or even very consistently do play, are: obviously, Ronnie O´Sullivan. Followed by Stephen Hendry, John Higgins, Mark Williams.
Any given day is different. Tomorrow´s ideas once again will be different than these now. Everything is still there to Page Down, to see what type of it will be then. Can´t change it all. But with traditional greats nothing will ever change. That´s their advantage to run it like that, I do understand and appreciate that. But they should just stick to posses those titles and nicknames, and not to argue absolutely anything else.
It isn´t enough to really be a great, great player on the table. Everything is judged by how to bring it on. Modesty used to be something everyone were happy about but that´s how it just used to be. These days arrogance and pride are everything. Pride to gain from somewhere, to post it somewhere, not having a go, but just possessing pride.