Pool Table Chalk Colors

Hi folks! I have a question to ask you. Did you know that there are different colors of pool chalk? Like, have you everStandard Billiards Chalks played pool where the chalk was any color but blue? Well, to be honest with you there are also green, wine, and red chalk that exists. Don’t believe me? I am going to go over a review of a set of chalks that you can use for your pool table playing convenience. It is called the Silver Cup Chalk. I found this on Pool Dawg and comes in 16 different colors to choose from. The price of this product is $4.95.

Product description

Silver Cup Chalk is one of the highest quality pool cue chalks on the market. Silver Cup Chalk coats pool cue tips smoothly, evenly and is manufactured to assure adherence to the cue tip and reduce costly miscues. Players of all levels can rely on Silver Cup Chalk to give them the right friction, grip and spin…the right results. Each box contains 12 cubes.

Additional Info


  • Price: $4.95 per one colored set
  • Where to buy:
  • SKU: CHS12
  • Billiards cubes: 12 per box
  • Colors: Blue, Black, Burgundy, Green, Navy Blue, Olive, Orange, Pink, Pewter, Purple, Red, Spruce, Wine, Tournament Green, Tan and White


This product received a rating of 4.2 stars out of 5 from the people who bought this item. There were six people who purchased this chalk set and 5 of those six people would recommend this product to a friend. To state a favorable review, one of the customers said, “Silver cup chalk helps prevent annoying miscues since the chalk sticks better.”

A non-favorable reviewer said, “It seemed like the chalk didn’t like sticking to my tip.”

I would like to say that I have not used this product from this manufacturer. However I have used several billiards chalks before, but nothing coming from Silver Cup. Since the product was rated over 4.2 stars, I would recommend this product. If you are unsatisfied in any way, Pool Dawg offers a 60-day money back guarantee on any products purchased from this company. They want you to be satisfied. There are no restocking fees and no hassles.

About Silver Cup

The company known as Silver Cup, Inc. is located in Macon, Georgia and has been producing only the highest quality chalk since 1990 which is has become the exclusive chalk of some of the most prestigious tournaments around the world. Their chalk is made with only the finest quality sand that’s mined only in the United States.


I hope that you liked this post of the Silver Cup chalk review. If you have, please do share it on social media as I look to get more of an exposure of this site. Also, if you have any questions, comments, or thoughts, feel free to add them in the comments section below. I would say that I have also done a review of another chalk set that you can look at that has a longer ‘on-tip’ cue life.

I look forward to hearing what you all have to say. Thanks so much for stopping by.

->Click here for the Silver Cup billiards chalk<-


  1. // Reply

    I was in a pool league for twenty years and always saw blue chalk. I used to go to a friends house to shoot and he had tan chalk and a tan felted table. He told me it reduces the smudge marks that are visible when using a different color chalk. Don’t know if that is is true.

    Three years ago I buy a house with a very nice Brunswick table left by the previous owner. It had a red felt (original to the table). He had red chalk. He told me the same thing when I questioned him.

    Just my two cents!!

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      Hi Jeffrey! Thanks for stopping by and providing that. I feel that’s a great idea for chalk colors for shooting pool should match the color of the felt of the pool table. Perhaps I’ll make a post about that in the future. By the way, how do you enjoy shooting pool using that red felt and chalk? Hopefully, I’ll see you again in the future. Cheers!

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    i like pool but to be frank i have not study the different colors of the chalk. sometimes you are in the tail end to loss so imagine.

    am really impressed about your review, i can see the silver cup chalk is better and the price is cool.

    thank you for this information.

    1. // Reply

      Hi there, Collins! Thanks so much for the comment. Yes, there are different types of colors of pool chalk. It wasn’t too long ago that I found out about this. Though, the color of the chalk may not really play a large role in playing pool where the performance is really counts. I just thought I’d add some variety to the accessories on this site. I thank you for stopping by. Cheers!

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    I never realised that there were different colors. However now that I’ve read this I remembered seeing green chalk once. I only thought that it was kind of improvised, because they ran out of blue chalk. Now I know better!

    Thanks for the info.

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      Hi there, Jelle! Yes, different colors to the cue chalk do exist, and I just found out about this not too long ago. I have seen green chalk as well, though I feel that the blue colored ones are the most common and are more widespread. Yes, now you know that there are different colors of cue chalk. I look forward to hearing from you again. Cheers!

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    So interesting!!

    I didn’t know that billiard chalks came in different colors.
    It seems like hell of a product, which you have also mentioned that it’s used by some pro league players. FrÅŸctÅŸon and grip are probably the most important factors.

    Thanks for enlightening me on such an interesting subject. Keep up the good work!!!

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      Thanks so much, Tyler! I didn’t know that there were other colors of billiards chalk until recently. I just thought that I’d share it since I know that there are people that like variety. I thought to myself, “Why not promote different colors of billiards chalk on this site?” Well, I did and there will be more variety of billiards and gaming products to be promoted on this site. I have never heard of the FrÅŸctÅŸon before. I’ll be sure to look into that. I am glad that you’re enlightened about this post. I look forward to hearing from you again. Cheers!


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