While the video is not entirely complete, there is still a very few snooker players missing, it is as complete as it can be in the timeframe of reasonability.
The video can be found here:
Comment, rate, subscribe, tell all ur mates, yadda, yadda, yadda. Feel free to love on it or hate on it or whatever, no comments will be removed other than the usual unrelated relentless spam or the vilest of extreme boundary pushers. Usual stuff.
I'm creating this as a new thread because the old thread is now quite sprawling and no longer relates to the current video. And the video still requires help from those who enjoy giving it.
There's just no time limit to the help any more. I shan't make another version of it until at least after the next WSC in 2021 and am even thinking about not updating it every year but rather every 3 years, to give everyone the chance to properly move around a bit.
But in the mean time, this thread can act as a resource for any of the remaining missing people and people who need improving. I'll update them as and when, they just wont appear in the video until its updated version is released either next year or in 3 years time.
If it not updated after 3 years, please feel free to assume I'm dead and steal the vid and update it yourself.
Those still missing (most of which are indeed presumed dead):
Albert Cope (1927-1928)
Nat Butler (1927-1930)
Clare O'Donnell (1936)
Joe Brady (1927)
Kelsall Price (1929)
Bill Withers (1937)
Bert Terry (1936)
Ron Mares (1975)
Harry Stokes (1954-1955) is missing from the video, but someone has emailed me saying they have a pic of him, too late for this vid, but possibly no longer missing, I'll know when I see it).
Those that need improving:
John Bear (1982) (needs one age appropriate)
Mike Dunn (2002) (ditto)
Mark Fisher (1983) (current one indistinguishable, if it is even him)
And any others you think would look better than the one in the video, particularly of players who are too obscured, too fuzzy, or B/W when they should be colour.
I'll add a note to the other thread directing people to the new thread & I will no longer be following the old thread.
To those who helped on the previous thread:
If it's inspired anyone reading to make a vid, feel free to also use this thread to get any information & help out of me should you feel unconfident or unknowledgeable about anything regarding vid making.
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