Max's Profile


Rank: Banger


      • Currently 3/5 Stars.
        August 26, 2011
    • I purchased the "Black Cue Ball" as a novelty item, and after playing several games with it did not find it confusing in any way. It requires a bit more attention for your game, realizing something has changed, but after your first shot, you find it does everything the white ball does. The first time you place it on the table, it does create a bit of conversation. It's fun to try something new and different.

      • Currently 3/5 Stars.
        August 26, 2011
    • I purchased the "White 8 Ball" as a novelty item. I have played several games with it and did not find it confusing in any way. The challenge is to gain acceptance from those you play with. I play, primarily with Senior Citizens who don't mind trying something different, but the "White 8 Ball" will not be a permanent part of our game. It will create a bit of discussion the first time you introduce it to your opponents.

      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        February 22, 2011
    • The Golden Nuggets of Instruction with Dr. Cue, Tom Rossman, is a must for beginners and a great refresher course for seasoned players. It covers every aspect of involement in the game, from chalking a cue, to the correct way to form a bridge, grip the cue, develop your stroke, the importance of follow-through, all the way through portions of the game requiring a degree of skill. Dr. Cue helps you develop that skill. There are 40 training segments on this DVD that take about one hour of your time, and could make you better at things you already know how to do. The price s right, too.

      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        December 31, 2010
    • One thing a Pool Player hates to see is the shaft of a nice cue turning blue. I've been using Cuetec Hi-Tech Cue Cleaner for more than 5 years. I've tried other products, but could not get the results I get with Cuetec. I carry an old washcloth in my cue case, remove the lid from a bottle of Cuetec Cue Cleaner, then make two damp spots of cleaner on the washcloth, about 1/8th inch apart. I then lay the shaft of my cue between those spots and rub vigorously up and down the shaft several times, ending up cleaning the ferrule. The blue on the washcloth shows you the cleaning power of this product. It not only cleans, it leaves your shaft with a no-drag slick finish. Cuetec Cue Cleaner is a very inexpensive way to keep you cue looking like new. I use this cleaning process before every match.

      • Currently 5/5 Stars.
        November 11, 2010
    • The use of a glove has many advantages. First, it gives you a consistent easy gliding stroke. Second, it prevents the unsightly white powder patches on the table. I have used POOLDAWG gloves for 5 or more years. They are more reasonably priced than the majority of other brands, look good on your hand, and wear very well. Personally, after every tournament, I wash my glove. At home a hair drier works for a quicker drying interval, or in your favorite Pool Parlor, a hand drier will have you shooting again in 2 minutes.

Location: Leichty

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