Who Was Hurricane Higgins? by Tony Francis
Every good drama needs a tortured genius, and snooker at the height of its popularity had Alex Higgins, the preternaturally gifted rogue who dazzled audiences with his genius on the table and his unpredictability off of it. Higgins's break of 69 in the 1982 World Championship semi-final against Jimmy White is still the greatest passage of snooker ever witnessed, but it was the Northern Irishman's volatility and ultimate...
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