Hello world! Today’s post will be another bridge stick that may be of valuable use to you. This kind of bridge stick is the “antler” version as described in the eBay site. Yes, this product is not from the usual site that promote products from Amazon. I was thinking I would take a break from
Hi there! Today’s post is more of a recycled (for a lack of better term) post in regards of the retractable bridge stick. In that post, you get to read what the product is all about. That post describes the post in detail, except that it is no longer available on Amazon.
Hi there! If you shoot pool, chances are that there will be times when a ball that you’re aiming for is out of reach especially when the pool table is large. Instead of having to bend your waist forward to aim, you would use a standard bridge stick to make the shot a little bit
Hi folks! Today’s post will be short and to the point where I’ll show you another way of using the head of the bridgestick to better your aim at shooting pool. I found this on Pinterest and hope it works out for you. Although, it is not a legal move to use during tournaments, I
Hi there! In today’s post, you’ll be reading about a billiard bridge stick that you has different bridge heads: regular, cross, and spider. These bridge heads can give you an added advantage to get an edge on playing the game of billiards.
Hi folks! In this post, I’ll go over a traditional bridge pool stick that you can use as an extension for those “hard to reach” pool balls that are located in an undesirable part of the pool table. Introducing the 2 Piece Pool Billiard Bridge Stick by Iszy Billiards.
Suppose you’re playing a game of stripes vs. solids. It’s your turn and you’ve pocketed all the stripe balls, and you are now aiming to pocket the 8-ball. Your opponent is trailing you by having three solids including the 8-ball for a total of four balls that he needs to pocket in order to win.