Billiard's or Pool
The pool STICK,billiard pool stick or pool cue stick all refer to the stick that is used to play pool with
There is no difference, but the proper name is a pool cue.
There is no difference between the cue ball and billiard ball except that the cue ball is white and without significant markings.
Cueist; Pool Player; Billiard Player; Snooker Player; Cue Sportsman.
A cue case is for carrying cues for billiard games. The case should be hard wearing and should serve the purpose of transporting any jointed pool or snooker cue.
A pad, known as a cue tip, is glued to the narrow end (tip) of the cue. A small block of cue chalk is rubbed on the pad to prevent the cue tip sliding off the billiard/snooker/pool balls.
What will make your game room awesome will depend a lot on your style. The must have accessories for a pool table are cues, chalk and a pool cue holder.
The stroke is the method for sliding the cue to strike the cue ball. A good billiard stroke is very straight and level and continues with a follow through after contact with the cue ball.
A stick is the same as a cue. Cue is the term most used.
If no rotational momentum is present as well, only a tiny fraction of which can be transferred to another billiard ball, the cue ball will stop. If rotational momentum is present, which is a part of cue ball control, the cue ball will roll in a direction dependent upon angle of contact and direction of rotation.