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by Clive Everton,John Spencer

ePub Snooker (Teach Yourself) download
Author:
Clive Everton,John Spencer
ISBN13:
978-0340393666
ISBN:
0340393661
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Publisher:
Teach Yourself Books; Revised edition (April 2, 1992)
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Subcategory:
Individual Sports
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1388 kb
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1702 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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255

Everton, Clive (1982). Guinness Book of Snooker. Guinness World Records Limited. Spencer, John (1993). Snooker (Teach Yourself). NTC Publication Group.

Everton, Clive (1982).

The book first outlinbes the rules of snooker, including scoring and penalties, before focusing on the essentials of accurate cue action and potting. Packed with explanatory diagrams and professional tips, this book will This highly illustrated, practical guide explains all the key elements of snooker, from the basic rules to the finer points of positional and safety play. The book first outlinbes the rules of snooker, including scoring and penalties, before focusing on the essentials of accurate cue action and potting.

Teach Yourself Snooker. Even if you never played snooker before, this book will get you on track pretty quickly. I recommand this book to everyone who loves snooker. Teen and Young Adult. Select Format: Paperback. Literature & Fiction. Mystery & Thriller.

Series Statement: Teach yourself. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes index.

Publication, Distribution, et. Sevenoaks, Kent. Series Statement: Teach yourself. Personal Name: Spencer, John. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: Spencer on snooker. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. ed.

item 2 Snooker (Teach Yourself) By John Spencer, Clive EvertonĀ . Snooker teach yourself. Not sure how good this book is as I bought it as a joke for a friend who is trying to play snooker at our golf club.

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Spencer, John (1993).

1937-09-07) 7 September 1937 (age 82) Worcester, England.

Snooker Clive Everton (Ed., John Spencer Teach Yourself Books, 1992 . catalog. htm last update: 9/17/2019.

A how-to book which explains the rules of Snooker.
  • If you are a once-a-week 3-hour player like me, you might want to pass this book. While there are numerous advanced techniques and some excellent diagrams, this just might not be the book to take you beyond an advanced-beginner's level.
    The book sorely lacks details on techniques & practice tips on cue ball control, which distinguishes the novice from the advanced. The author relies on your 'natural ability' to master the cue ball and hence misses out on a very very important aspect of mastering the game.

  • I don't really understand why this book is not rated as high as it should be, but what I know is this book helped me to win 3 unprofessional champs in my surberb.

    Even if you never played snooker before, this book will get you on track pretty quickly.

    I recommand this book to everyone who loves snooker.

  • I am not going to say that this book is outdated, because there is so much to learn about the game. To me, every little bit helps, and why not see how a champion does it. That said, the pros nowadays don't have the issues with the cloth that the old timers did, and the current pros clear the colors differently etc. Still though, this book is chock full of good stuff, and John explains the methods in a simple, easy to understand manner.