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.
A cue is a pool stick. You prepare the cue before a match by shaping and scuffing the tip. Then, the cue tip is chalked with pool chalk.
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.
There is no difference, but the proper name is a pool cue.
It is called chalking the cue. The pool chalk is an abrasive, not chalk, and provides more frictin between the cue ball and the cue tip.
It is a McDermott cue, McDermott is the largest manufacturer of pool cues, makes medium to very high quaility cue sticks
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.
A cue case is used for a pool cue. It is also used as a bag of sorts, because some come with a handle. It basically keeps the pool cue in good condition.
yes I am 99% positive that you can make a pool cue out of oak wood
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.
The heaviest a pool cue may be under BCA Rules is 25 ounces, but there is no minimum.
"Cue' is a stick used in pool or billiards, or it can mean a prompt on stage.
The stick you use when you hit the ball in pool
No, in 8 ball and straight pool there are fifteen numbered balls plus the cue ball.
Home pool cue racks tend to be mounted lower than those in pubs and bars. In fact, pool cue stands on the floor are quite common. So, there is no minimum for home racks. The lowest section of bar cue racks tends to be 30 to 40 inches from the floor.
the answer is 94.1mm
About 5 feet
No. If any part of the cue except the tip moves the cue ball it is a foul.
The cue ball is white.The cue ball in pool is white.
At its tip, a pool cue usually ranges from 12 to 14 mm, while at its butt is is abot 1 3/8 inches.
Hanging the pool cue, with the butt attached to the shaft, is the best method. Because of the taper, it cannot be straightened fully in any other position. Cue hangers are sold for this purpose, or, a hanger can be made by making a strong short loop of string and attaching it near the tip with a rubber band. Hang the pool cue from a hook where it will remain undisturbed for a few weeks. This can be speed up by steaming the cue cue to loosen the wood. Steaming in small locations can be used also to reduce mild dents that may have occured from dropping the cue. The shaft of a pool cue can get warped either as a result of the wood and its condition as the cue was made, or as a result of improper handling and storage. Alwasy store the cue as vertically as possible, never lean them against a wall.
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.