It is called the cue stick.
Billiard's or Pool
The pool STICK,billiard pool stick or pool cue stick all refer to the stick that is used to play pool with
a cue tip
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.
A stick is the same as a cue. Cue is the term most used.
The cue stick is used to strike the balls. The cue ball used by the players to hit the other balls is the white ball. It is the one they hit with the cue stick.
Billiards uses a cue ball.
a cue stick
The break cue is used for the break in billiards, but under most rules, is not any different than any other cue. A player wants to use a very hard tip and a light cue for a break stick, and may also want a different balance point than for the play cue. The break cue is often also used for jump shots.
A closed bridge will give you more control on normal shots. With an open bridge, sometimes the cue stick will bounce up after hitting the cue ball, particularly if you're applying spin, making the hit less accurate. However, there are times when you need to use an open bridge, such as if you need to elevate your cue stick over a blocking ball to get to the cue ball or if the cue ball is on the rail.
Billiards is a game that has been royal in nature and dates back to the 15th century. In order to play Billiards the first thing you need is a cushioned table which should have NO pockets, and carefully spaced diamond markers along the rails where the balls should be shot. To shoot the cue ball, a cue stick is necessary and additionally you would also need a cue chalk to sharpen the cue stick point in order to shoot the ball effectively. Note that billiards is a completely different game - played on a completely different table - with only 3 balls (instead of 16) as the game commonly called "pool".
you have to use a pool stick and 10 or 16 balls counting the cue ball
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"Cue' is a stick used in pool or billiards, or it can mean a prompt on stage.
The cue stick is elevated to at least 45 degrees and the cue is quickly stroked through the cue ball pushing the cue ball into the table slate, which makes it then rebound into the air. People not knowing how to perform a jump shot attempt to "scoop" the cue ball, using a cue stick not elevated enough and striking below the center of the cue ball. In tournament play and conventional pool rules, this "scoop" is an illegal shot, and will give the table over to the opponent.
a snooker stick in english is a cue
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.
Depends on how hard you hit the cue ball. It is only limited by the maximum a human can stroke the cue ball with a cue stick. Pros say optimum break speed is around 17 miles per hour cue ball speed. Max is much faster than that.
It is a cue sport.
There is no difference, but the proper name is a pool cue.
For a production cue(not a custom job) it's tough to beat a Viking.