Can you use a pool cue to play snooker?
What cue tip do the snooker pros use?
It’s personal preference – but many top professionals and amateurs are using the new Century Pro Cue Tips because they come in four Grades from soft to hard in G1, 2, 3, and 4.
Is a heavier break cue better?
Most players assume that a heavier cue means a more powerful break. For some players (like me), this is definitely true. But only if your stroke speed does not decrease substantially with a heavier cue. The power you generate on a break depends on both speed and weight.
What weight should a breaking cue be?
around 19 oz.
Which cue is best for snooker?
Peradon cues are of the highest quality and Peradon have more experience than anyone and Peradon are the oldest cue makers in the world, so if they don’t know how to do it no one does. So if you’re looking to buy a quality snooker cue then you can’t go wrong choosing a Peradon Cue.
What weight snooker cue is best?
between 18 and 20 ounces
What is the difference between pool cues?
The most common differences are the width of the cue’s tip, what the ring that reinforces the tip (called the ferrule) is made of and the kind of wood the cue is made from. Buying the right cue for your table is more important than you may think, especially when the cues differ so much.