Billiards

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I was trying to find a description of a typical billiards cue stick by typing “parts of a cue stick” in the Google search box and this is what is stated: Pool and snooker cues average around 57–59 inches (140–150 cm) in length and are of three major types. The simplest type is a one-piece

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I know that aiming at billiards with precision can be quite difficult sometimes especially when you’re trying to pocket a desired ball to go into one of the six holes in a pool table. I can speak from experience because I’ve been in this situation so many times and still find myself not being able

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For this post, I have decided to post another how-to video on another trick shot that you can practice doing on a billiards table. This time, instead of the masse and kick shot that I’ve done a post about, this one is just focusing on a jump shot. Also, this jump shot is from a

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Is your felt on your pool table accumulating dirt? Perhaps, there was a stain of a drink that fell on it that you can’t get out? Well, I might have just the solution for you. Introducing the Pool Table Cloth Felt Cleaner by the Game Room Guys. This is a product from Amazon that you

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Hello, world! For this post, I’ll just introduce you to a way to show you a way to perform a form of masse (curve) shot in shooting pool. It’s in a YouTube video that you can see for yourself below, and it also shows a “kick” technique. Hopefully, you can benefit from watching what you

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Do you prefer to get certain billiards items separately? Well, I have done a review on a set of billiards supplies that you can get in bulk in my Review page. However, I do know that there are some, if not a lot of billiards players that would just prefer to get the items one

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Ever wondered what those two black spots on the pool/billiards table was called? Well, it’s simply called a pool table spot. I never really paid much attention to that part of the table until right now. I have an item that I found on Amazon that you can use to replace a possibly worn-out spot

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Bumper Pool is a variation of billiards to play that you can add to your game room. In this type of billiards, there are no corner and side pockets for the balls to fall into. Instead, there are only two pockets which are located on the short side or “rails” of the table. In addition,

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In addition to Brunswick, Fat Cat Pool Tables are another exception to making quality types of pool tables. In my Review page, I have covered a table that you can play a quality game of pool. Well, for this post I am going to cover another pool table that you can play on that’s also

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If you are a beginner or a novice of the game of pool. You might want to read and take a look at this post. What I have here is a training cue ball that make you a better player in playing pool. The product that I found on Amazon is called the Super Aramith