Master Cue Chalk
Master Billiard Pool Snooker Cue Chalk
(rewrite) Professional grade billiard chalk delivers a smooth and even coating that will not cake or flake
Apply the chalk to the tip of the cue stick to increase the friction between the cue tip and the struck ball, which minimizes a non-center hit miscue
Available in a variety of colors, allowing you to match the chalk to the felt of your billiard table which diminishes chalk marks
Includes 12 chalk cubes packaged in protective box for convenient storage
Proudly made in the USA
(rewrite) Master Billiard Cue Chalk is an essential component to have on hand, whether you play recreationally or participate in professional tournaments. This professional grade billiard chalk delivers a smooth and even coating that will not cake or flake. Apply the chalk to the tip of the cue stick, ideally before every shot, to increase the friction between the cue tip and the struck ball; minimizing a miscue on a non-center hit. Available in a variety of colors, allowing you to match the chalk to the felt of your billiard table which diminishes chalk marks. Includes 12 chalk cubes packaged in protective box for convenient storage. Proudly made in the USA.
Manufacturer : Master
Colour: Blue, Green Black
Quantity : Single Cube, Dozen Box, 144 Cubes
Chalk the Cue, Play the Game.
Great price, speedy delivery and high quality. What more could one ask for.
* Balabushka pool chalk is messy and too soft.
* Pioneer is messy and too soft.
* Triangle pool chalk is slightly too hard.
* Brunswick pool chalk is slightly too hard.
* Silver Cup pool chalk is pretty good as far as hardness, but messy.
* NTC is okay also, but just okay.
* Masters pool chalk seems to be the best, with just the right consistency. Masters billiard chalk is not soft and messy, but it is also not too hard and abrasive. It allows you to hit further off center without risking a miscue.
Have played pool for over 50 years. Master Chalk is as good as it gets in my opinion. The key is properly applying the chalk to the tip... Under $10 a box makes it a bargain. Some chalks sell for $30 or more per cube. If one fails to apply it properly they may experience the thing they are trying to avoid.
It is easier to accept forgetting a chalk on the table if you paid .50 cents for it... No need to turn around w/ your fingers crossed that it will still be there.
I have played some of the very best players in the world. Master chalk is great chalk. High priced chalk is not any better for playing top pool. Testing how many times you can shoot without chalking up is crazy.
You chalk up every shot if you want to play with expectations of winning. Play for $500 a game and not chalk up is not real smart. If you pay $35 for one cube of chalk, you have to be out of your mind.
All anyone needs is Master Chalk and Blue is perfect. Other colors because of the pigments in them does not make for as smooth a chalk or for applying.