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Thread: Grip when keeping elbow high

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmax View Post
    six feet ten inches tall, WOW, how long is your cue ?

    Hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmax View Post
    six feet ten inches tall, WOW, how long is your cue ?
    I was thinking that! I would be interested as that would make a difference to technique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmax View Post
    six feet ten inches tall, WOW, how long is your cue ?
    I mean 6 ft 1 inch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Staezione View Post
    I mean 6 ft 1 inch
    Got all excited for nothing! I thought you were gonna come back with a cue that is 66" long.

    Sounds like an interesting one for a new thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardlax View Post
    Agree. But one time I asked Gary Wilson about his Grip. His only comment is loose + keep ring finger on the cue !
    The tips of the 3rd and 4th (baby) finger should be just touching the cue in the neutral or address position.
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