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Review for 'Kamui Chalk .98 (1 Cube)'

0.3 product ghosst 2012-02-07" 1.0 5.0 5 Just as a random experiment I played 7 racks of 10-ball without rechalking without a single miscue. I didn't change my style of play or the amount of side I used to alter the results. This stuff works. Price isn't a major concern as I don't go through a cube a night. I keep it in my case after I apply the first layer so it won't grow legs. In normal play I layer the Kamui on first then coat it with Blue Diamond. That way I can rechalk with the BD as part of my usual pre-shot routine but I always have the Kamui on as a base. I'll be buying more of it. Does it magically make me a better player? No but it does stop me from miscuing. I have a Kamui Black Medium on my Predator shaft and the tip is very hard. I'e used a tip-pik on it and even with holes in it that thing is as slippery as a phenolic. The chalk is the only thing keeping me from ripping the ingot off and replacing it with a Moori. Kamui chalk is definitely worth the wait and the price. I didn't believe it would make a difference until I tried it myself. I'm glad I took the leap.

Just as a random experiment I played 7 racks of 10-ball without rechalking without a single miscue. I didn't change my style of play or the amount of side I used to alter the results. This stuff works. Price isn't a major concern as I don't go through a cube a night. I keep it in my case after I apply the first layer so it won't grow legs. In normal play I layer the Kamui on first then coat it with Blue Diamond. That way I can rechalk with the BD as part of my usual pre-shot routine but I always have the Kamui on as a base. I'll be buying more of it. Does it magically make me a better player? No but it does stop me from miscuing. I have a Kamui Black Medium on my Predator shaft and the tip is very hard. I'e used a tip-pik on it and even with holes in it that thing is as slippery as a phenolic. The chalk is the only thing keeping me from ripping the ingot off and replacing it with a Moori. Kamui chalk is definitely worth the wait and the price. I didn't believe it would make a difference until I tried it myself. I'm glad I took the leap.

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Just as a random experiment I played 7 racks of 10-ball without rechalking without a single miscue. I didn't change my style of play or the amount of side I used to alter the results. This stuff works. Price isn't a major concern as I don't go through a cube a night. I keep it in my case after I apply the first layer so it won't grow legs. In normal play I layer the Kamui on first then coat it with Blue Diamond. That way I can rechalk with the BD as part of my usual pre-shot routine but I always have the Kamui on as a base. I'll be buying more of it. Does it magically make me a better player? No but it does stop me from miscuing. I have a Kamui Black Medium on my Predator shaft and the tip is very hard. I'e used a tip-pik on it and even with holes in it that thing is as slippery as a phenolic. The chalk is the only thing keeping me from ripping the ingot off and replacing it with a Moori. Kamui chalk is definitely worth the wait and the price. I didn't believe it would make a difference until I tried it myself. I'm glad I took the leap.
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