Jimmy Robertson played in a way which has been on the cards he to make such an input to the game a few years now. And it did happen! He did play even better than I thought he would be capable of. Not much Mark King or Joe Perry could had to stop it, although Mark putted in a brave and a very respectable response. Wasn´t just enough. Like it has been on the cards for few years now that it wouldn´t be.
Much still about the game is "trying to not to play too well". Obviously not anything to do with any fault-playing but just the nature of the game just is such. The nature of the game, and perhaps the nature of the (long) season also demands it. I was still nevertheless a very pleased for Jimmy Robertson! Really rampant difficult clearances flying in, as far as I saw from it. I thought his main weapon would be smooth, rampant and precise long potting, while perhaps lacking that final killing instincts amongs the balls and that he would outplayed during the safety exchanges.. But he proved me wrong. Kind of.... Only....
Jimmy must feel quite exhausted after those performances and a maiden title. Might very well be his last. Because, the nature of the game is to miss something, preferable early long pots. Missing those in a way that there will be some temptations out there which will be missed.. The lads like Mark King, Peter Ebdon and Ryan Day plays a very well that type of a snooker. I bit of a warned that the lads like those plays a PURE FANTASY type of a snooker. Or living. When here it is a real thing.
Finally some people have admitted it is a different to ride a bicycle comparing walking.. Or to be a man or a women. Or having a tattoos or not. Ha haa. And let´s make that final big LOL from my part now also lol.
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