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I’ve been playing just Mumbai for the last week or so, and recently noticed that i have gone from playing opponents in their 200’s, to players in their 300’s and above.
Against the lower level players, nearly every game would be one shot. (ie a denial, or table cleared after one missed shot).
Against higher level players i’d say about 1/4 of their breaks are clearly tactical, a group of balls left in the original position.
I am close to 75% denials on my breaks, so am reluctant to lose that advantage, but i imagine most of these opponents at that level would at least have the same denial rate from breaks if they chose, so it’s obviously a fun change up for them to leave a cluster.
Do people mostly like a “shoot-out” denial style game, or a tactical snooker fest?
I don’t mind either way, but the more i play the more i enjoy the longer games.