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    Default Good budget Cues // Introduction

    Afternoon everyone.

    First of all, a hello from me. I'm a beginner player, with limited experience on the baize (around 100 hours maybe?). I've recently re-discovered my live for the sport (both playing and watching) and am now fully into my next phase, having found a number of great t

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    Dunns, woods, grand. Are all decent cues within your budget( eBay or own websites)

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    @lennon11 many thanks. I had already come across Woods but not Dunns or Grands.

    I've already spotted a beautiful Burl wood cue on Dunns t

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    I got a one piece Emperor cue on ebay from China two years ago. Have to say I love it. Iím not a big time player but for around the 100 quid mark I re

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    Has anybody here used a Jian Ying cue? I am only a beginner in the world of snooker and I am looking at spending around $80-$120 on a 3/4 cue. That's

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    I actually happened to get mine in the mail a couple of days ago, I thought it was worth a try. Iím happy with the quality of the cue, but I do agree

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    I've heard Tiger Cues are good for the money - link



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    Recently bought a cue set from grand-cues . Very cheap Price for a very decent cue . Paid 85 pounds including shipping cost and i have to Say that co

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