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    Default Professional Players and Their Cues

    Does anyone know what make of cue each professional uses, eg: a list of player names with the cue they use.

    I have seen other similar lists but are very outdated.

    Thanks.

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    not "every" pro no, I have tried to keep a list but it is like buying a computer; as soon as you do it is out of date -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    I think you’ll find most don’t tinker at all and stick with same cue unless they really have too, but there are a few who are notorious changing cues

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    Alex Ursenbacher uses an Acuerate cue that he has had for 5 years . Tip size looked about 9mm .

    Really nice feel to the cue .

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    really Neil? a "nice" Acuerate? first one I have heard of -- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    I think most pro snooker players use parris cues which are custom made

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    Mark Selby’s back up cue is a Parris, a replica of his Stamford

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