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    Default Any players with clammy/sweaty hands?

    Hey everyone! I would like to know if anyone shares the same struggle as I do, playing snooker with sweaty/clammy hands.

    To deal with this, I always have a face towel to keep my hands as dry as I can. I also use talcum powder on my bridge hand between my index finger and thumb. Does a

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    Never. I would never use talc either. Just always clean your hands and keep your cue wiped with minimal dampness

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    I generally employ a guy to follow me around the table with a mop to get rid of the sweat puddles, our club is ROASTING -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --

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    If you can't play without talc your cue might need a good clean. Just use a slightly damp cloth and rub the cue while protecting the tip and then use

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    You could just use a cue glove. Although if you end up playing in the shootout people will sing songs about it at you -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --

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    I have the same problem as you. Apart from the advice already given this works for me quite well:
    Clean the cue as described. Then apply linseed

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    I have the same problem and advise the same. Keep cue clean and wash hands after every frame if possible. I also have a cue towel and make one corner

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