There are many benefits to learning snooker trick shots. They help to improve your angles, you learn pace and you can boost your confidence.
If you are looking to improve your break building whilst playing snooker, then here are five drills to help you do that.
The T-angle, otherwise known as the tangent angle, is the angle that the cue ball will take when it hits the object ball. The snooker tangent line is an essential element within a snooker player's locker.
In snooker, the next shot is always as important as the one you are about to hit. Click here for snooker drills to improve your short range positional play.
Being able to control where the cue ball will go is a really important skill to learn in snooker. Learn the five key snooker drills to improve your cue ball control.
Struggling to pin your opponent in with a well-placed safety shot? Click here for five snooker drills to improve your safety play.
Accelerate your progress with these snooker basics from six of the game's all-time greats - including Ronnie O'Sullivan and Stephen Hendry!
Like anything, the key to success - or at least maximizing your own ability, however grand (or limited) it may be - is snooker consistency.
Can you keep your concentration and composure when things start to go wrong in these three frustrating snooker practice drills?