You should have realized at the start of playing snooker or any cue sports that it just doesn’t come naturally. You can read a lot get advice from other playersand watch others but your ultimate learning is from practice and a regular routine. Once you become good at it look for new routines and ask the better players in your club for help. Don’t take to much advice from different players as everyone has different views.

Try and find a coach or if your lucky and have a great club player see if they will help you get better.

The game of snooker revolves around your ability to pocket object balls and learn cue ball control and control your thoughts and emotions so read up and practice, practice and practice!