Prop wrote:Jack50 wrote:Prop wrote:Let us know how you get on, Jack. And what’s the new cue?
Since you posted so well this one's for you. I think it would be too mean to ignore you. My number one cue is now a Mark Selby BCE cue from Ebay that cost £39.95 (serious). BCE Mark Selby Simulated Graphite Metallic BLACK Snooker & Pool Cue if you want to look it up on Ebay.
Cool To be honest it doesn’t really matter what make the cue is, what it cost etc. As I said earlier in the thread it’s often just the case of finding something you’re most comfortable with. And we’re all different, so it’s difficult to apply rules of what constitutes a good cue.
Main thing is you’re more confident with it and playing better
The most noticeable thing for a new cue, apart from the cue itself is you get to use a perfectly applied tip. I am getting better at doing it when they fall off. I try my best to avoid best screws though, because that is the only time I am losing them. That being said I had 12 Reanne Evans Legends World Champion tips arrive today. I basically have tip stock now forever for this new number 1 cue. Using a Selby cue with a Reanne Evans tip is probably the snooker equivalent of going all in for a casual player (right now). All I need now is Dennis Taylor type glasses (something I am trying to get around to doing - not had my eyes tested in donkey's years and I need to know what my eye prescription is to purchase them) and it is complete. The aim is to try to get a 50 break eventually.
I will be interested to see how I play when I have to put a new tip on. For now, I'm just going to concentrate on playing well with the cue.
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