Ace wrote:Holden Chinaski wrote:I would admit it if it was true but it's not. Judd has not played better than prime Hendry, Ronnie or Higgins. I've seen those players play superior snooker. Not a couple of times, but lots of times. Even when Judd was playing his best frames, he kept making it hard on himself by losing position.
I agree his cue ball control is not as good as Ronnie's, Hendry's and Higgins but that makes him more dangerous because he can pot them from anywhere and at any angle. Others need tight cue ball control. If you play a good safety then they'll have to crack in a long pot or something to get back in and this comes with a miss but against Judd safety doesn't work since he can pot them from everywhere, long pots go in like they're second nature to him + making big breaks no matter how he goes about it.
Yea but he equally misses them from any angle too.
Greatest players have tight cue ball so every pot looks easy.
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