You can purchase pool cue cases online from the Pooldawg website. Alternatively, you can also get pool cue cases online from the Cue and Case website.
The cue stick is used to strike the balls. The cue ball used by the players to hit the other balls is the white ball. It is the one they hit with the cue stick.
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No. If any part of the cue except the tip moves the cue ball it is a foul.
A stick is the same as a cue. Cue is the term most used.
No. Rules published by BCA are very specific. The cue ball must be struck with the leather tip of the cue.
"Cue' is a stick used in pool or billiards, or it can mean a prompt on stage.
Cue can mean a wooden shaft used in games, or a direction to speak in a play.
A custom cue is typically handmade. It will have design, a handwrap, tip(s), and balance specifically requested by the person purchasing the cue. Even the joint work and butt are typically by request. Other choices include types of wood, types of inlays, shaft characteristics, length, and weight. A good custom cue can both add to a player's confidence, and can intimidate some opponents.
The break cue is used for the break in billiards, but under most rules, is not any different than any other cue. A player wants to use a very hard tip and a light cue for a break stick, and may also want a different balance point than for the play cue. The break cue is often also used for jump shots.
When playing pool, the cue is the white ball. It is the ball which is hit by the cue stick and used to knock the colored balls into their respective pockets.
Leather is used for the cue tip, and pool chalk is used to provide more friction against the cue ball. Pool chalk is an abrasive using materials found in sandpaper. It is not a form of chalk.
Pool cues are typically 13mm, and you will not find a 12mm except for the more expensive cues. The best choice is a good used cue, but you can look for a low end new cue such as Viking or Adams.
Both are the same weight in most cases. For coin operated tables, most tables today use a magnetic cue ball which is slightly heavier than the numbered balls. It also can mean the it is a bit harder to control the cue ball. Older coin operated tables used a larger cue ball, not magnetic, which in addition to weighing more than the numbered balls, creates other cue ball control problems.
Lucasi pool cues are a mass produced cue that exists in name only. These are produced for Cue & Cases Sales, Inc. of Florida. These are imported, but Cue & Case does not reveal where these have been made. The cue name comes from the company's owner's last name, John Lucas III.
its a Stamford cue makers 1 piece i believe probably custom made
'Hit' just describes the contact between the cue tip and the cue ball. 'Stroke' is used to describe the technique used to hit the cue ball, which includes a players biomechanics. It's possible to attempt a stroke without actually hitting the cue ball.
Break cues in pool are typically 58 inches long. The bridge hand and the stroke determines what is needed for length of a pool cue whether it is for the break or for regular play. Most players use a break cue of the same length as the play cue.
It most likely uses the magnetic cue ball and this should be tried first. If it is not captured, this is the correct cue ball. If it is captured, the table will require using the oversize cue ball.
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No. The typical snooker cue tips are much smaller than the typical pool cue tips. So, you can fit a pool cue tip to a snooker cue, but not a snooker cue tip on a pool cue.