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, the following is true:
I found something which may help speed this up even more. After you use both flashbacks, just exit, quit the game and then restart it. Continue your game and your flashbacks will have reset.Note that this achievement guide is being written when the game is in 'Preview'. This achievement may be subject to change in the future.
You can play the career on Easy difficulty, with your aim line as 'Extended'.
As you play through the career, you'll have to play the Semi Final. This is a best-of-35 match, so you need to win 18 frames to win. The computer player is not very skilled at all, so use spin and swerve to your advantage.
Also, if it's the AI's turn, don't forget you can rapidly press
to skip through his shots so it's your turn much quicker.
Further, always aim on the above-the-table camera by pressing
. You can then press
again to look along the cue, then press
to use the free camera to check the aim line to make sure your shot is going in the pocket.
When you've won 18 frames, the match will end, and this achievement will pop.NOTICE!
Also, the 'Frame-Award' glitch from Pool Nation FX makes a return, but this time, it works slightly differently. This time, with it being a long match, you only get two flashbacks per match. However, you can use them to get yourself two quick frames.
You need to make sure that the frame you try to do this on, the AI breaks first. You need this because the following frame, you need to be the one breaking off so that you can use the flashback. This WILL NOT WORK if the AI is the player breaking off in the following frame.
What you need to do is get yourself a good break. You want to do this, and get to the shot on the black, where the game asks you if you want to call the frame (by calling the frame, if the black is not a required pot, you will win the frame without potting the black). When the game asks, click 'cancel', which means that you've elected to pot the black. Pot it. This will give you a frame win, for winning the frame. Then, BEFORE breaking off, press
This will flashback to the previous shot, with the balls on the table how they were (in this example, the only balls on the table are the black and the cue ball). However, unlike Pool Nation FX, where there's no score counter, there is in Snooker Nation. The score from the new frame will remain at 0-0, so you will need to pot the black to get another frame awarded, which the game thinks that you win 7-0.
Because the game thinks that you played the whole frame, when in reality you only played the shot on the final black to win the frame, the next frame will be the AI breaking off.
Repeat this entire process for the second flashback, and you'll get two easy frame wins onto your total.
I know it's a long process, but it does save you from playing two more frames that you need to.