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  • What to look for when buying a cue

    Buying a cue is a considerable purchased one that deserves a lot of thought.

    I would suggest trying as many cues as possible from friends etc. Ideally you’d like to try as many at the same time. Try 1 piece and 3/4 as well as different weights etc.

  • How to create a Bridgehand

    The fingers in the bridge should be evenly spread with the thumb and forefinger tight together as to create a v shape for the cue to sit in. It is important that the bridge remains still and to help do this it is advised to slightly grip the cloth with the hand.
  • So what does a Stance look like

    The stance is an important foundation in your technique. It should be about shoulder width apart and can be either square to shot or more side on (boxer stance style).

  • What tips the professionals use - Snooker

    Here is a list of what tips the current professionals use on the 2018/19 World Snooker Tour  Mark Selby - Century G3 Ronnie O'Sullivan - Elk Master...
  • What to wear when playing snooker?

    The dress code for Amateur Snooker is slightly different to professional snooker. 

    It can depend on events and organisations guidelines but in general the following dress codes apply mainly.

  • How To Play Snooker & Pool

    It is recommended that you practise hitting the cue ball up and down the spots to achieve consistent results. Once you have consistent results, the next challenge is to be able to hit the object ball in the correct spot. There are many methods to help you work out the correct contact point, but I recommend the following.
  • How to install a cue tip in 6 easy steps

    Step 1 : Start by removing the old tip with a sharp knife (Stanley blade). Make sure all the old tip and glue are removed. Use the knife to get the ferrule absolutely flat. Do this by using the edge of the blade and gently turn the cue while applying slight pressure on the ferrule.