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Gambrinus
Mar 1, 2005


Pilsner posted:

I'm following it myself here too, from Denmark, on Eurosport. I'm not sure if Americans can buy access to Eurosport Player, but if you pay, I think why wouldn't they.

http://www.eurosportplayer.com

It's a slow, but interesting and highly varied game. I recently tried playing it myself at a local billiards hall, and goddamn the table is huge! A game with an equally newbie friend took one hour, but fun.

Yes. Like darts, it's one of those things that looks a lot easier on TV than it actually is in real life. Anyway, what with living overseas for a few years I'm a bit out of touch with snooker these days. It always reminds me of revising for exams in university though.

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Gambrinus
Mar 1, 2005


HappyCamperGL posted:

Lol at The 17th frame. Both players look absolutely dead on their feet.

I did wonder if Ding was going to just say "gently caress it", write it off, and come back tomorrow.

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