Transversal to all society, snooker positive addiction gets to all. And «it has all to do», in the concentration that demands, to a plane pilot. The best thing is to do both, and Marc Chouillier, aged 45, considers himself lucky for doing both.
«In mental terms and concentration, the conection is logical among my job, plane pilot, and my passion since kid, to play snooker. And it helps me a lot to improve focusing in what I had to do», told us the french snooker player and Air France plane pilot for the last 13 years.
In the table, things haven’t been blue as the sky for Mark so far in these 2015 European Snooker Championships, with two wins in five matches played in Group A of the Masters competition. «Never mind. I have fun, I improve my game, have some more tips and became a better player. I love this game, such as flying. You see me in this events for years, and I intend to keep for a little more», Marc told us. Fasten your seat belts. The clouds are white but they are not the cue ball, the sky seems attractive but it’s not the cloth. However, you may understand the analogy.