Iranu wrote:Is John Higgins introduced as an 8-time World Championship finalist?
I don’t think Jimmy reaching 6 world finals means as much as you do, Johnny. It just means he was the ‘best’ of the losers in 6 world finals.
I’m not comfortable answering this poll because I never saw Jimmy at his peak, but using the 6 world finals in place of all the other achievements by both players doesn’t make much sense to me.
Also the poll is the ‘best’ player not to win the WC, not the ‘greatest’. So even if we accept that there’s a difference (which I don’t) that’s not the question being asked.
But I already answered that one: it's Ding, cause he can play to a higher level.
Atm, I just still see Jimmy as greater and more important for the sport.
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