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    [–] Ronnie O'Sullivan becomes first player in history to pocket £10 million prize money njwatson32 21 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago) in snooker

    I'll come to your club and shout "where's the cue ball going?" for half that.

    [–] {Discussion Thread} Shanghai Masters 2018 - Day 7 (16/9)FINAL njwatson32 2 points ago in snooker

    Never seen that shot into the pack before! Two cushions off the green. Ronnie's a wizard at turning bad opportunities into frame-winning chances.

    [–] {Discussion Thread} Shanghai Masters 2018 - Day 7 (16/9)FINAL njwatson32 1 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago) in snooker

    This is shaping up to be the first real scrappy frame.

    edit: nevermind, Barry's flicked the black back into play

    [–] We... we have a problem... njwatson32 9 points ago in spicy

    Looks like a solution to me.

    [–] Where can I watch the Riga qualifiers? njwatson32 1 points ago in snooker

    Or if your IP address is in Europe ;)

    [–] What do we want? njwatson32 38 points ago in Jokes

    I can't hear yoouuu!

    [–] Let's rant about common beliefs in pool that irk you! njwatson32 3 points ago in billiards

    Did Corey or John ever manage to take a frame off a top player? Did either ever qualify for the main tour? As far as I know they both failed spectacularly.

    Pool and snooker skills aren't interchangeable, but you'll go farther in pool with snooker skills than you will in snooker with pool skills. (Not very far in both cases, as it turns out.)

    [–] Let's rant about common beliefs in pool that irk you! njwatson32 6 points ago in billiards

    I think the more accurate statement is "Being professionally competitive in snooker doesn't translate to being professionally competitive at pool."

    If you're good at snooker you'll certainly be decent at pool. The opposite isn't necessarily true. We've seen top snooker players have their 15 minutes against some top pool pros. They'd never win a long race, but I can't imagine someone like Earl or SVB ever beating a top snooker pro in even a best of 5.

    [–] Google demonstrates Google Assistant making a phone call at I/O 2018 njwatson32 1 points ago in videos

    Definitely human. A machine would never end a sentence with a dangling preposition.