Andy Spark wrote:Oh, well, best of 5 is hardly a proper test, we'll give this one to Trump because winning unimportant best of 5 tournaments like this Championship league is the only thing that little rubbish is good enough to do.
Just because a player you don't like wins doesn't give you the right to call him a little rubbish.
if anyone deserves that title its you.
Well yes, it is not the most constructive approach. I for one have always enjoyed with no end to think about different playing styles. While watching snooker. In order to find some clear routes. Many professional players have that ability to re-invent pythagorean theorem over and over again while disturbing the pack of reds a wee bit. That´s really great to watch, and top-players can do it under the venue, money, rankings and camera-pressure. Time after time.
But then it is possible to play some crystal-clear snooker, also. Just boom and whack, and the pack of reds is wide open without thinking too much about those sort of things. And just pot everything from the distance. Everything is possible, right.. Tiril Eckhoff. It is just a one game.
Sometimes player can take a pride from the fact that at least the opponent didn´t manage to score century against me.... Even if I lost the match. Via playing some good safeties, potting solidly long balls in, to exhibit some gamemanships etc.. Ronnie managed to score "just" 2 centuries during these finals. Judd did a very well managing to outplay him. 3-2 victory, where O´Sullivan top-scored 134 and 119.