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Thread: Cue Chalk

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    Cue Chalk

    I seem to have found a big difference in cue chalk. The one I am using now is called "Pioneer" It has came with my new pool table and I have to say it stinks! It will not hardly stay on my tip, I chalk after every shot. Anyone have any input to this? Any better chalk out there?

  2. #2
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    Re: Cue Chalk

    Yes use Master chalk. It should be available almost anywhere.
    Rod

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    Re: Cue Chalk

    You'd be surprised how many times chalk has been discussed on CCB. Most chalks are very gritty and don't stay on your tip very well. As Rod says, Master Chalk is by far the chalk of choice. Your local sporting goods store might not have it, but your local pool room will. It comes in many colors so you can choose whichever one doesn't show too much on your table's cloth.

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    Re: Cue Chalk

    Its Masters Chalk, by far, the most preferred.


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