My highest on a full size is about 20. I'm fairly poor at the moment. However I've been using a terrible cue(machine spliced, poor finish) and playing very rarely(once a week if I'm lucky) - Nearest club is half an hour away. When I get my MW cue I'll try go in alot more. I love the game, have alot of ambition to improve.
Good luck with that mate. Although a lot of natural ability is needed, you can deffo improve loads through hard work.
Selby's reaction and thoughts about the PL:
Premier League: I'll be back
I recently learned that I have not been invited to play in the Premier League next season, which is obviously disappointing.
I very much enjoyed playing in the event last year and reached the final, but my exclusion just makes me all the more determined to practise hard and make sure I will be in it next season.
It also serves to highlight how important a tournament the Championship League is becoming.
There is good money to be made in that event and the ultimate prize is a place in the Premier League and all the rewards which go with that.
I reached the final of that event last season too but lost to Judd Trump, so he goes into the Premier League and I'll have to miss out for a year.
Like the recent Jiangsu Classic I played in China, the Championship League involves a number of short group matches. They are high-pressure events, but I just have to make sure I'm ready for them next time.
There have been some reports of a new snooker game show being developed called 'Step Up to the Rocket' which would involve Ronnie O'Sullivan and other professionals.
I have not heard anything about this personally, but I think it would be a great thing to help reignite the popularity of the sport.
I think a lot of us remember Big Break: I was a big fan of that show and actually appeared on it twice as a junior.
It would be great to see the top snooker players on television every week - and it would help bring across our personalities as we could be a lot more relaxed and jokey than we are able to be during the World Championship or any other major event.
The official snooker season has been over for a while but it is only now that things are starting to slow down for me.
I had an exhibition in Germany last week and have another this week, but then I might finally get to spend some time at home.
I moved house not so long ago but it seems like I'm never there! There are few things to do in the house but hopefully I'll finally get round to them this summer.
I also want to try and improve my golf game. I've only recently started playing and I'm not very good. I also plan to squeeze in a couple weeks away with my girlfriend.
So the snooker might slow down - but I'll certainly be kept busy.http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/snooker/mark-selby/article/254/
Like Selby a lot. Made a 147 at the Jiangsu Classic as well!