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Break Like Thor Edition (5/8/12)
I don't know about you, but this past weekend I went and got my geek/dork/fanboy mojo on to check out The Avengers (and then I saw the lines and quickly turned around and went home). Why do I mention this? Well, as most of you know, one of the Avengers is the badassery that is Thor and it just so happens that we sell a break cue from Joss called "Thor's Hammer". You see where I'm going with this, right? Plus, there's the whole Joss connection (the cue is made by Joss cues and Avengers is directed by Joss Whedon).
In addition to Thor's Hammer (which in my opinion, they really should've just gone all the way and called Mjolner), I'll be talking about four of my other favorite break cues. I can't promise they'll give you a break like the God of Thunder, but they're pretty sweet.
After you're done checking out the breakers, be sure to watch our latest training video from Charlie "Hillbilly" Bryant who's going to talk about sinking some balls corner pocket style.
Elite 15oz Ultra Light Breaker
Since it seems like I'm talking about the Elite Heavy Breaker every other week, so this time I'm going to give some love to the other end of the spectrum - the 15oz breaker from Elite.
Instead of relying on weight for power, this breaker is all about velocity. The power you get is pretty crazy considering how light the breaker is (although it should be noted that force has to do with both mass and acceleration according to my high school Physics teacher).
Scorpion Grip Breaker
Stealth 25oz Break Cue
Voodoo Gravestone Breaker
Charlie Bryant - The Three Diamond System
Hillbilly's back with another video training tip! This month, Charlie will be talking about strategies for one of the shots we see in almost every rack we play - the object ball hanging in the corner pocket.
For those not familiar with The Hillbilly, Charlie has been playing pool since the age of 5 and has taken down a number of titles over the years. He's best known for his monster break, but Charlie also has a real knack for teaching pool.