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.
You can find custom pool cue cases at http://www.onqcases.com/site/. They offer custom inlays with your choice of materials and designs. There are a few online sites I would recommend to buy a custom pool stick case. Billiardwarehouse.com is an excellent and well- recognized site that sells many brands such as J. Flowers custom cases that run $375.00.
Custom pool cues can be bought off of sites such as eBay. Websites like McDermott are designed to offer dozens of different pool cues. A customized pool cue can also be ordered for a slightly higher price.
The pool STICK,billiard pool stick or pool cue stick all refer to the stick that is used to play pool with
The stick you use when you hit the ball in pool
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.
"Cue' is a stick used in pool or billiards, or it can mean a prompt on stage.
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.
Well the cue ball is suppose to be white but when you hit it many times with the pool stick it starts turning blue from the chalk on your stick.
For a production cue(not a custom job) it's tough to beat a Viking.
It's a Pool Cue
There are many different varieties of places available where one can purchase a cue stick. These places include, but are not limited to, Amazon and Ebay.
Snooker or Pool
This is a subjective question. For the average player, a well made production cue is certainly as good as a custom cue. However, the player cannot change the handling or feel of the cue, a big difference with a custom cue, which can be designed for exactly the handling, feel, weight distribution, and of course, looks, that the player wants. Most production cues are much more likely to warp and otherwise deteriorate than a custom cue. However, for the difference in price, it simply means the player should take very good care of the production cue, just as if it was a custom cue that could cost 10 times as much.
you have to use a pool stick and 10 or 16 balls counting the cue ball
A pool stick, called a cue, is usually 57 or 58 inches long. They are allowed to be as short as 40 inches, and there is no maximum.
If the pool stick, or cue, hits the cue ball, the white ball, with any part other than the tip, it is a foul. If the tip strikes the cue ball, it is a shot. After that, the outcome depends on the game, what balls was struck, whether it was a break shot or in-game shot, the proper object ball, and where the bal struck ends up.
Billiard's or Pool
Snooker or pool. It is the stick that you use to hit the ball.
The average length of a cue stick is around 59 inches. As long as the cue rack is mounted on the wall at 60 inches or more, it will work fine.
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.
Yes. A regulation pool cue is in any size from 40 inches and up, although most are 58 inches. If someone has specific needs, custom cues are not that expensive to have made.