AzB Silver Member
Of course, the flip side to that is that any child of a professional instructor in any field, will very likely be brought up and trained in the manner of the fathers expertise. If Landon weren't so young, perhaps your point might very well have merit, but it stands to most reasonable folks that a young child would indeed be very, very likely to be working the way dad teaches.
He hasn't much time to develop a style of his own, certainly not to be playing at this level.
Just my .02, worth exactly what you paid for it.
I agree. The the other day a couple of us were talking about his outstanding performance and we all kind of agreed: if he can't succeed, who can? Personal table, presumably playing from an early age, coaching from a parent who plays well himself, but, also presumably, HAMB