Holden Chinaski wrote:Dan-cat wrote:Badsnookerplayer wrote:I am not convinced by SightRight.
A good player is struggling badly, so goes to SightRight. Within a year their form improves. Is SightRight the reason? I do not think it is that simple. If you are a good player playing rubbish, then you will almost certainly have an upturn in form within that year. Also, how does it explain all the rubbish players on it's books?
I am more convinced by Roland as he made Snooker Island.
Yes, I am convinced it improves your game.
I remember Mark Williams used to hate on SightRight all the time on Twitter. He really tweeted a lot about how he couldn't believe it could help anyone and he made fun of the players who tried it. This was a couple of years ago..
The fact that Mark now uses it and won the World Championship, tells me there might be something to it.
Fair point HC - Mark Williams is the obvious one who supports it's benefits.
However, if you look at all the players that use it nearly all of their games have fallen apart since joining the team.
I ain't saying it does not work but Mark Williams vs 8(?) other players is not convincing to my mind.