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Since 2003, the ups and downs of Ronnie O'Sullivan's life have continued to be as vertiginous as prior to the publication of Ronnie. On the one hand he has been as successful at the table as ever, winning everything from the Welsh Open and the Masters twice apiece, to the Embassy World Championship. There's not a major tournament in world snooker that Ronnie hasn't won at least once. On the other hand, Ronnie continues to be dogged by inconsistency, considers this to be at the root of his being a complete failure, and has continued to battle with his depression. Having a stable family set-up and Ray Reardon as a mentor have helped enormously, but there have still been timeswalking out of the UK Championships in 2006 mid-match against Stephen Hendrywhen the demons have prevailed. InMore Ronnie O'Sullivan,he unravels some of the contradictions that seem to rule his life, and comes to grips with the coping with the pressures at the very top. It's more of an indepth look at what makes O'Sullivan tick that gets to the bottom of everythingsnooker, drugs, alcohol, family life, playing for Arsenal celebs XIrather than the canter through his ascent and problems with his father that formed the basis of his first autobiography.