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  • pottr
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    It's the most irritating thing... Played at our local bowling club in the league last week. They've had the table recovered, cushioned and added the HF lighting rigs...

    Rack up the first frame, 15 year old set of Super Crystallites.... I had an inside chuckle.

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  • jrc750
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    Originally posted by arsalanjami View Post
    ..... This friend of mine likes light cueballs and when he was playing with me last time he switched the cue ball and forgot to replace it back. ...
    You need to tell him to get a proper one, as it's not proper snooker then, and when he plays someone else with real weight balls his game will be shot to pieces, and if he expects you to play him with his light white you should refuse, as your game will be shot too, it's just pointless !!

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  • arsalanjami
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    I figured it out - wasn't malicious at all. My buds and I tend to leave our cues/balls on the table usually to go grab a bite nearby and comeback and we haven't had an issue in years.

    Another bud of mine has a 1 g set (older) and it got mixed up. This friend of mine likes light cueballs and when he was playing with me last time he switched the cue ball and forgot to replace it back.

    Cheeky as he didn't tell me!

    anyway i found another cue ball 139grams....and the rest of the balls are around 139.6 to 140.4 so I m good with that.

    My set is good for now!

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  • arsalanjami
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    Originally posted by AmarZain View Post
    where do you play AJ
    At mikes - Calgary, AB Canada

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  • pottr
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    Don't waste time replacing the odd ball, it's a fruitless endeavour.

    It's not that the folks in your club are being malicious, they probably just don't realise what they're doing and think that you can switch balls between sets.

    A decent player can spot when a ball is wrong within a set at pool or snooker within a couple of frames... If it's the white, you can spot that within the first couple of shots.

    Remember, a set of balls that is used regularly is ****ed after a year or two anyway.

    Not cheap to replace, but if you want the best playing experience, it's necessary.

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  • Nifty50
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    Originally posted by bobmikeking View Post
    I'm pretty sure Thurstons sell all the colours as singles and will match weight for you.
    Hopefully just the white needs replaced. Can be expensive if you need to replace a few.

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  • bobmikeking
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    I'm pretty sure Thurstons sell all the colours as singles and will match weight for you.

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  • Cue crafty
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    There are no real benefits in a light white to snooker players. As Jrc said easier to screw back but it's harder to judge the distance on that shot. The worst thing is when going into the reds off the black the white sticks to the pack more, so a real minus point.

    When you go back to your club take your electronic scales it's easy to find the difference in weight. Your 1 g's should all be around 140g.

    Main difference in colours is the pink is more "salmon" coloured and the blue has an aquamarine tone instead of deep blue.

    I believe Chesworth cues sell 1g cue balls and you can choose 140, 141, 142 etc to get a good match. Might be able to buy odd single reds and colours too, but not certain on that.

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  • AmarZain
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    Originally posted by arsalanjami View Post
    I take them home at the end 100%; but in between frames we go for smokes etc and take mini breaks. It happened during that time.

    I just have to be more careful going forward.
    where do you play AJ

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  • anish147
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    Originally posted by arsalanjami View Post
    I take them home at the end 100%; but in between frames we go for smokes etc and take mini breaks. It happened during that time.

    I just have to be more careful going forward.
    That's shocking!! Can't believe they would do that whilst your using them. Sad times.

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  • arsalanjami
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    I take them home at the end 100%; but in between frames we go for smokes etc and take mini breaks. It happened during that time.

    I just have to be more careful going forward.

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  • Nifty50
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    If you leave your balls in the club its a recipe for disaster! People will borrow them and get them all mixed up.

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  • arsalanjami
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    Thanks guys - I figured. I think someone has taken my set and switched out the balls as well as they seem darker than normal to me.

    I'm back at the club Thursday and will get to the bottom of this! I knew something was wrong!

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  • jrc750
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    Originally posted by arsalanjami View Post
    ..... and any benefits playing with a lighter or heavier cueball? ......
    With a lighter cueball you find it easier to screw back, but you are not playing proper snooker !!

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  • Nifty50
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    Yes your cue ball has been switched. That's a shame. Cue ball should be within 1g of the rest of the balls in the set.

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