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- Wiley 2010; US$ 15.99
Practical, step-by-step tips for players of all levels From Snooker to Carom to good-old-fashioned 8- or 9-Ball, Pool & Billiards For Dummies reveals the tips, tricks, and rules of play, covering the variety of the ever-popular games that make up pool and billiards. This hands-on guide discusses everything from the rules and strategies of the... more...
- Mainstream Publishing 2011; US$ 20.78
Throughout its chequered history, snooker has had more than its fair share of heroes and villains, champions and chumps, rascals and rip-off artists. In the last 20 years, every sleazy scandal imaginable has attached itself to this raffish sport: corruption, match fixing, bribery, sex, recreational drugs, performance-enhancing drugs, ballot rigging,... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing 2012; US$ 24.95
Fully illustrated with hundreds of drawings depicting nearly three hundred and fifty mind-boggling trick shots, Byrne?s Treasury of Trick Shots in Pool and Billiards will teach you everything from the basic ?butterfly formation? to the most difficult and impressive shots. Robert Byrne has scoured classic sources from the past two hundred years... more...
- The History Press 2010; US$ 4.36
The Little Book of Snooker is a wonderful collection of stories about themost hilarious and often embarrassing scenes that have taken place in the green rooms, hotel rooms and at parties attended by the biggest legends in snooker. These stories have been told by the stars themselves, and many have never been published before. The book also lists the... more...
- G2 Rights Ltd 2013; US$ 5.82
Snooker: Player by Player is a compilation of the 100 greatest snooker players in the game s history. Re-live the glorious careers of Fred and Joe Davis, examine Ray Reardon s six world titles and marvel at the genius of Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O Sullivan. Enjoy the careers of former world champions and masters of the green baize like Terry Griffiths,... more...
- Skyhorse Publishing 2015; US$ 19.95
Fully illustrated?in color for the first time!?with drawings of nearly 350 mind-boggling trick shots, Byrne?s Treasury of Trick Shots in Pool and Billiards will teach you everything from the basic ?butterfly formation? to the most difficult and impressive shots. Robert Byrne will help novice and experienced players alike perfect their trick shots... more...
- Crown/Archetype 2007; US$ 13.95
Pool-playing legend Jeanette Lee--"the Black Widow," who wears only black during tournaments and devours her opponents--explains every aspect of playing to win, from holding the cue to performing combination, kiss, and trick shots. Lee shows wannabe winners of every level how to compete intelligently, lose gracefully, win frequently, stay focused,... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2011; US$ 13.11
A riveting and dramatic account of a battle to reach the top in sport and a warning that -- no matter how successful you are -- you never know what's around the corner. When Graeme Dott won the World Snooker Championship in 2006 it should have been the highlight of his career. But Alex Lambie, his mentor and father-in-law, had cancer and only had... more...
- John Blake 2011; US$ 11.99
There is a tribute book to be written about the nicest man in snookeróbut this isn't it. Whatever else he was, Alexander Gordon Higgins wasn't nice. Unpredictable, wild, demonic and obsessive for certain. The People's Champion. An unstoppable force who single-handedly transformed snooker from a niche sport into a gripping phenomenon. When snooker... more...