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No. The typical snooker cue tips are much smaller than the typical pool cue tips. So, you can fit a pool cue tip to a snooker cue, but not a snooker cue tip on a pool cue.

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What is put on the end of cue when playing billiards?

A pad, known as a cue tip, is glued to the narrow end (tip) of the cue. A small block of cue chalk is rubbed on the pad to prevent the cue tip sliding off the billiard/snooker/pool balls.

How do you cue a pool stick?

A cue is a pool stick. You prepare the cue before a match by shaping and scuffing the tip. Then, the cue tip is chalked with pool chalk.

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How much would a one piece Riley pool cue dated from 1956 cost that has felt tip and has original metal one piece casing and weighs 16.5 oz?

This sounds lke a snooker cue. It is not a pool cue. Riley was not a recognized cue manufacturer in the US as either a production or custom maker in 1956. This cue has little value in the US to a collector and no value to a pool player. It may have value to a snooker player.

Are snooker cues of 9mm tip 19oz weight standard?

That is a typical snooker cue.

What do you call it when you twist chalk onto the tip of a pool cue?

It is called chalking the cue. The pool chalk is an abrasive, not chalk, and provides more frictin between the cue ball and the cue tip.

How do you shape the tip of a snooker cue?

Just a wee piece of sand paper or a tip shaper.

What is A snooker cue end called?

A tip, usually made from leather.

What is the best size snooker cue tip?

I would answer by saying that it is a matter of personal preference. However, my belief is that a tip size of between 9mm and 11mm is the ideal range for a snooker cue and will produce the best results for the discerning player.

In pool may either end of cue be used?

No. If any part of the cue except the tip moves the cue ball it is a foul.

How wide is a pool cue?

At its tip, a pool cue usually ranges from 12 to 14 mm, while at its butt is is abot 1 3/8 inches.

What substance is used on the end of a pool cue?

Leather is used for the cue tip, and pool chalk is used to provide more friction against the cue ball. Pool chalk is an abrasive using materials found in sandpaper. It is not a form of chalk.

What is the hardest ferrule that you can use on a pool cue tip?

Any material can be used as a ferrule on a pool cue, but not all materials can be used for the tip. G10 is a type of fiberglass and is the hardest that can be used for both the ferrule and the tip. There are also cues that have stainless steel or brass ferrules, but these cannot be used as the tip material.

What eguipment is needed to play snooker?

You need a cue, usually between 55 and 57 inches long, and a piece of chalk, the chalk is used on the tip to give more grip between the tip and the cue ball and allow the player to move the cue ball around with various types of side and screw.

What is the best shape for a pool cue?

There is only one shape for a pool cue. The choices become the size and type of tip, which depends upon the skill and the player, and then, the length of the taper.

Can you use a standard pool cue to break with?

Yes, and most people do so. However, if your cue has a medium or soft tip, as many cues do, this cushions the contact with the cue ball, and lowering the force of the break. In addition, it will lower the lifespan of the cue tip drastically. The advantage of using a dedicated break cue is to be able to use a very hard tip to get as much energy into the break as possible.

What will happen when a pool stick hits the white pool ball which hits another pool ball?

If the pool stick, or cue, hits the cue ball, the white ball, with any part other than the tip, it is a foul. If the tip strikes the cue ball, it is a shot. After that, the outcome depends on the game, what balls was struck, whether it was a break shot or in-game shot, the proper object ball, and where the bal struck ends up.

What is difference between pool and snooker cues?

Length,Tip size, plus three piece

Why do snooker players use chalk?

The cue tip is leather, and after a while it gets shiny through usage, so chalk makes it rougher so the tip grips the ball better, and making contact does not slide off and cause a mis-cue.

How do you use a tip pick on pool cue?

The leather tip needs to be slightly roughened to hold the pool chalk. A tip pick is tapped firmly into the leather, evenly and all around, to produce small dents into the leather to help it to hold the pool chalk.

How do you straighten a slightly deviated pool cue stick tip?

There are many type of cue tip shapers for sale, and these should be used on a regular basis. There is no such thing as "slightly deviated" tip, as it is either properly maintained or it is not. A tool must be used to properly shape the tip. This should include hte nickel or dime curvature, roughing for pool chalk adhesion, and burnishing of the sides.

Best snooker tips?

There is no such thing as a best tip. The best size and type of tip depends upon the player, and this is part of fine tuning your game for the very experienced player. The tip that comes with your cue is the best one for you until experience builds.

What substance is used to prime a snooker cue?

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What substance is put on the tip of the cue when playing billiards?

Chalk is put on the tip of a cue.

How do you change ferrules on a cue stick?

The old ferrule is cut off, the tip is cleaned, and the new ferrule is applied using cement. After this has dried, the cue tip must be applied and clamped. After the cement for the cue tip has dried, the cue tip need to be properly finished.