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I liked the insight to behind the scenes of snooker. Disliked the way he sometimes told you what was coming up. I would have preferred him to tell as it was happening. Would recommend to any sport enthusiasts. texasbeerguide.com Loved this book with a variety of takes on the late Alex Higgins. I haven't read his autobiography yet, but it will be interesting to compare the two. texasbeerguide.com It felt like John Virgo was actually telling you the story rather than it being a read. Not much we never already knew about the great man. But snippets of information that were good to know, funny and sometimes sad. Worth a read. texasbeerguide.com A ok book arrived in time in all reality a John Virgo autobiography 0 about Higfgins i didnt already no texasbeerguide.com Happy with purchase. texasbeerguide.com

There is a tribute book to be written about the nicest man in snooker but this isn't it. Whatever else he was, Alexander Gordon Higgins wasn't nice. Unpredictable, wild, demonic and obsessive for certain. The People's Champion. An unstoppable force who single handedly transformed snooker from a niche sport into a gripping phenomenon. When snooker was at its most popular in the 1980s, Higgins was at the peak of his powers. It was no coincidence. John Virgo knew Higgins as well as anyone. He made no apologies for his friend and was frequently driven to dispair by his antics. The gambling, the drug using, the sheer, uninhibited madness of the man. But there was always a buzz around Alex, there was always something happening. Let Me Tell You About Alex - Crazy Days And Nights On The Road With The Hurricane

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