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Snooker: Player by Player - cover

Snooker: Player by Player

Liam McCann

Publisher: G2 Rights

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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, Jimmy White and Steve Davis, and cast your mind back to the epic 1985 Embassy Final won by Dennis Taylor. The book also features the likes of Cliff Thorburn, Kirk Stevens and John Higgins, all of whom have made maximum breaks. And no book on snooker would be complete without mentioning the game s future stars.
Available since: 08/20/2013.
Print length: 144 pages.

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