Have you ever seen a great player who changed his game and all of a sudden they become just average.
We had an outstanding amateur in our district when I started to play the game. I used to think if only I could be as good as him, I’d win some tournaments. He was a great board clearer and then one season a great board player moved to our district and began playing with our amateur.

Now the board player was one of the all-time great shot makers, spent a good deal of his life as a pool hustler and carried it over to Shuffleboard.
Our amateur played with him a lot and really wanted to play the same type of game, he still tries but never reached that great potential.

I see the same thing in some of our new players; I wonder what will happen. The point is: if you are good at some part of the game “stick with it” and add the other parts.