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Robin Otto Training Camp

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This week saw one of the top International German Snooker players Robin Otto attended a training camp in the Ivy Rooms Snooker Club, Carlow in Ireland with World Snooker Coach PJ Nolan.  Robin has competed for Germany at many EBSA and IBSF Snooker Championships along with Qschool's and PTC's over the years and he wanted to travel to Carlow to fine tune his game ahead of the German National Championships next month.  

  • Very Talented Player

PJ designed a specific new training programme to help him focus more in training with targets and goals to reach during his solo and match practice sessions in Germany.  PJ was very impressed with his commitment and professionalism. Robin’s attitude was fantastic in learning all the different shots and the technical information to fine tune his game.  

  • Another International in my 147Academy

PJ said “it is very exciting to have another top European player in my 147academy and I look forward to helping Robin develop his game over the next few years ".

Robin “said his body is hurting after training so hard at the camp but it was great to come over to Ireland and receive training from PJ. He really worked on improving my break building skills and developed a new programme for me and I am sure it is going to make my game more consistent. PJ could not have done more for me as the Camp was fantastic.

Robin was videoed during each session and he brings home CD's with all the action and training programmes to study covering all the routines in the four main areas Technique, Mental, Tactical and Scoring.

On the final day of the camp Lady International German player Diana Stateczny attended the Ivy Rooms for training after storm Ali had stopped her Journey earlier in the week.. Both players were impressed with facilities in the Ivy Rooms in Carlow and recommend anyone to come for coaching and training with PJ.

  • Good Luck

My 147academy would like to thank Robin and Diana for coming over and wish him good luck in the German Championships and in future events.