Snooker Tips

Burnished well on the edges and just maybe a tad mushroomed but not much. Not hitting the ball "on" first is the most common foul. Further up the table is the pink ball, which sits midway between the blue spot and the top cushion, followed by the red balls, arranged in a tightly-packed triangle behind the pink the apex must be as close as possible to the pink ball without touching it.

You can also subscribe without commenting. Dear Mayur, This was a very interesting video explaining how to build a higher break. I have not yet seen anyone explain this method. My highest break is 44 and I have been trying for years to better this number but I seem to be getting lower that 44 breaks.

But I will definitely start practicing what I have learned from your video. Keep up the good work. Thanks so much Steadwick. I have since improved my game. Would you like to see additional videos like this one? What area specifically would you like to me to focus on? Hi, Like your video with commentary very much.

Thank you for the analysis of the thoughts and cue actions. Yes you sir are trying to answer the question: Very kind words and I really do appreciate it! Not a usual shape nowadays but who can argue! Well the snooker tip of Kyren Wilson looks like a standard domed tip in shape although at first glance the whole tip looks a bit miss-shaped.

Looking closely, it seems that he may actually favour chalking the top part of the tip a little more? Well this looks like a very tidy domed snooker tip shape. Giles Martin fitted this for Mark and has made a very neat job of burnishing the tip edges to protect the shape of the tip and help prevent mushrooming. Again we can see that this is s standard dome type snooker tip shape. On the side the tip has been burnished to prevent mushrooming and it does make the tip look neater. It shows how small the tip playing area is when you look at the chalk.

It is actually a standard domed tip shape with burnished edges to help protect the tip from mushrooming, looks like a nice size snooker tip. Not a great deal of tip here which is how I like it.

Burnished well on the edges and just maybe a tad mushroomed but not much. This a standard dome shaped snooker tip for Marco here; nothing out of the ordinary and a reasonable distance height from the ferrule. Professional Snooker Player Tip Shapes. Your personal data will be used to support your experience throughout this website, to manage access to your account, and for other purposes described in our privacy policy. JavaScript is required for this content.

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