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Best Type of Hand Bridge for Playing Snooker


Best Type of Hand Bridge for Playing Snooker

I have been using an open bridge for all my shots, but i see that the closed bridge is the most commonly used.

I have avoided the closed bridge because i feel like my index finger over the cue creates more friction. what are the advantages to a closed bridge? is it really superior?

Best Type of Hand Bridge for Playing Snooker

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  1. collin281quickshot on 10/25/2008 5:51:37 AM

    The simple explanation to your question is: Use the bridge that you are most comfortable with. There is nothing in the book that says you have to use a closed bridge. Many of the pros use an open bridge. Comfort is the key word here. If you are not comfortable with your bridge, you will not be comfortable with your shot making. There is no right and wrong bridge.

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Best Type of Hand Bridge for Playing Snooker

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  • Published: 10/24/2008 8:21:05 PM