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Meet 3-Year-Old Adam Wynne, The Snooker Grand Master From Ireland

MAY 6, 2015  —  By Joe Welkie

Snooker is a classic bar game that's fairly similar to pool. If you don't look twice, you might think it is pool. The same basic rules and principles of pool apply: you use a cue ball to try to hit other balls into pockets, but there are different points assigned to different colored balls.

Snooker also has its share of sharks, or people who pretend to be terrible to get you to bet money on the game, only to turn up the throttle on you and clean you out. It appears as if snooker sharks are getting taught the tricks of the trade earlier and earlier, especially when Adam Wynne, a three-year-old snooker wizard, can hold his own against any adult.


(via Bernard Westman)

I'm sure no one would ever expect that from a three-year-old kid. I sense a lot of snooker victories in his future. Maybe he could even go pro! Anything is possible with enough practice and determination, and this kid has them in spades.

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