Vallomas wrote:Just watched the whole final on ES2. Shaun definetely deserved this title, he was the best player of the three days and provided quality snooker in the final, too. He potted some unbelievable balls.
Looking forward for the next event!
Shaun Murphy is probably going to take stopping from now on. The thing is what I have known for a many many years obviously, is that basically he plays exactly the same shots as O´Sullivan during the break-building. Cannons, and so on.. But he also plays those shots more carefully than Ronnie, and he certainly always seems to be mentally tougher and more sound than Ronnie also. During this tournament Shaun even overshadowed a brilliant, brilliant break-builder and an overall player Stephen Maguire during their match.
Those shots during the break-building are some a one-inch perfection when etc pink is tight up and a really difficult to play and so on.
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