Willie Smith Snooker Billiard Master lessons silent movie

July 3, 2010

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Willie Smith gives some advice on the correct way to play Billiards or Snooker sadly no sound just silent movie scripts to read,part one is basic technique, watch and learn!

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6 Responses to Willie Smith Snooker Billiard Master lessons silent movie

  1. philbo1965uk on July 3, 2010 at 8:12 pm

    People need to understand in his youth his stance was different.He adopted this stance to suit his age and body.

    Willie is my hero because of his objectball control….stunning

    I think we lost true billiard skill with this generation…its a shame because todays billiards players are crap in comparison.

  2. maxiboy339 on July 3, 2010 at 9:05 pm

    Smith scored a break of 2743 against Newman in 1928 and that stands as the highest break ever without the aid of repetitive scoring metholds. The man was a genius. Could Lindrum top that without using nursery cannons?

  3. thurstons on July 3, 2010 at 9:38 pm

    Willie Smith was the peoples champion of his day, at billiards. He didn’t play close nursery canons like the big four of the day, Walter Lindrum, Joe Davis, Tom Newman and Clark McConachy.. he played an all round open game like the average man would. Willie though, played it to a very, very high standard. He made an all round break of over 2,000, which must have demanded unbelievable concentration.

  4. partridgecaravan on July 3, 2010 at 9:48 pm

    the bridge style is great as all the fingers pointed almost straight towards the line of aim. and the thumb dint cross over the finger to make a supposed strong bridge , it seems the bridge is weak but it is very strong and i feel that being the finger straight the cue pass through the channel with ease finding more smoothness through the skin.

  5. partridgecaravan on July 3, 2010 at 10:04 pm

    our great text book style on stance says that our right leg should be on the line of aim and the left leg goes 45 degree forward on the left hand side but here the left leg in behind and the toe is outward and almost parelal to the right leg. We are told to spread pur legs inorder to have a balance but your opponent do not push you when you play and you do not spread our legs inorder to have balance when we walk!! Old is gold!!

  6. partridgecaravan on July 3, 2010 at 10:08 pm

    I have tried this stance and the bridge style ,I have found it wonderful. This style contradicts with the modern day socalled text book style. I started with the our text book style in the begining but later wished to make some experiment on this and to my surprise my potting ability increased. I have made another experiment on Alex higgins grip with one finger down ! :-) believe it or not that grip is great too. Dont be afraid to try something new you can always come back to the text book style

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