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    Default New cue - Does a 1/4" length make a difference?

    Hello, I'm pretty new to snooker, from the USA, sorry if this is a dumb question.

    My current stick is 58", but I just placed an order for a better cue at 58.25" with the idea that it won't make a huge difference in playability and any ferrule/tip drama repairs down the line

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    Im leaning toward sticking with a 58", it's not too late to change the order. Please help me decide if I should!

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvgwbpAOpcA

    It's

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    Thanks for the reply.

    According to this video, 58" cue leaves me fractionally over an inch of cue left behind with a straight arme

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    I notice many pros around my height seem to stick with 58" even, however... though that may be a matter of them training entire lives with such a

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    So what would your verdict be? Thanks for being attentive to the post, I know this subject has probably been beaten to death on this forum.

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    Thanks for the help. Sent an update to change it, as I agree.

    By the way, do cue makers typically measure from butt end to end of ferru

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    From my experience it differs with cuemakers.
    e.g.
    JP's 57" = butt to top of the tip
    Maximus + TW 57" = butt to top of

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