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  • #16
    My first cue was Chinese off eBay, cost me the grand total of twenty nine pound, I would still be using it today but the joint came unstuck and I ballsed it up glueing it back together.
    This is how you play darts ,MVG two nines in the same match!
    https://youtu.be/yqTGtwOpHu8

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    • #17
      Originally Posted by fatnew View Post
      ...These're my cues (the two snakewood with no badge are LP cue)...
      Why no badges ???
      Are those Roosevelt cues Chinese ??? how much do they sell for ??

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      • #18
        what percentage of Chinese cues impregnated Nelsonite ?

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        • #19
          Originally Posted by jrc750 View Post
          Why no badges ???
          Are those Roosevelt cues Chinese ??? how much do they sell for ??
          I don't like it drilling a badge hole on the snakewood, one reason is keep it simple, other is avoiding the snakewood cracking.

          The Roosevelt cues could consider to be LP top cue. the cue maker is LP's younger brother, one of the well-known cue makers in China.
          I helping him to post those pics to the other forum. they cost about 200-400gbp. but I'm not the seller.

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          • #20
            Originally Posted by fatnew View Post
            I don't like it drilling a badge hole on the snakewood, one reason is keep it simple, other is avoiding the snakewood cracking.

            The Roosevelt cues could consider to be LP top cue. the cue maker is LP's younger brother, one of the well-known cue makers in China.
            I helping him to post those pics to the other forum. they cost about 200-400gbp. but I'm not the seller.
            Ahh i see on the snakewood cracking, have heard that mentioned lots of times
            And thankyou on info on those cues, always nice to see something new/different

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            • #21
              Well when it arrives I will let you know how I got on with it

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              • #22
                Originally Posted by jrc750 View Post
                Ahh i see on the snakewood cracking, have heard that mentioned lots of times
                And thankyou on info on those cues, always nice to see something new/different
                yes, it's happy for discussing about cues.

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                • #23
                  Had a few hours with it and its a nice cue I'm quite happy with it

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                  • #24
                    I am taking up the game again after 20+ years away and was a good club player back in the day.
                    My local club has a standard 3bpiece cue for 110 pound but have seen the mark richards ones on ebay around 70 pound
                    Would like some advice on which to buy
                    Will be putting an elkmaster tip on no matter what cue i get

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                    • #25
                      Originally Posted by Shrekman View Post
                      I am taking up the game again after 20+ years away and was a good club player back in the day.
                      My local club has a standard 3bpiece cue for 110 pound but have seen the mark richards ones on ebay around 70 pound
                      Would like some advice on which to buy
                      Will be putting an elkmaster tip on no matter what cue i get
                      Take a look at the Taylor Made cues, SM. They're very good value for money, nice ash and well finished with an Elkmaster tip already in place.



                      https://www.cueandcase.co.uk/taylor-made-cues

                      http://www.snookerstuff.com/cues.html

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