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    Default ADR Soft Or Medium

    I recently put a Talisman soft on my cue but just can't seem to get used to the hardness of it (it seems too hard!) I've heard a lot of good things about ADR's black tips (soft and medium) but which is the best for snooker, the soft or the medium and why?

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    Personally for me the medium is best for snooker, it's firm but not too hard, grips really well and just feels right, however if a talisman soft was t

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    I tried Talisman a few years ago and found them way too hard

    I've always preferred Elks - usually selecting a tip from the box that I can

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