TheRocket wrote:Andy Spark wrote:Ronnie's C game there. Anyone in the competition can beat him on his C game. The strange thing about Ronnie's C game is that it's mostly just his long game that becomes rubbish, the standard of his other departments only drops slightly but his long game becomes shocking.
Yeah, his long game sometimes is just massively weak. When he's at his C-game , he's probably one of the weakest players in the Top 16 in that department. I think, after beating Selby 5:1 in the Premier League 2010 he said that when it comes to the long potting he probably isn't even in the Top 16.
If he keeps playing his C game then Joe won't need to pot a long ball to win the match, he'll just play defensive snooker and wait for Ronnie to miss the long ones. Sometimes I wonder if Ronnie should change his game plan when he knows he is playing his C game, refuse the early long pots, play safety a bit more in the early stages of frames.
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