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10-15-2017, 09:24 AM

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I guess i'm old fashion and only believe the balls should be the only things on the table during the break no interference what's so ever let me get back to my game
I'm more worried about the "interference" of a bad rack, balls not perfect etc

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10-15-2017, 10:41 AM

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I'm more worried about the "interference" of a bad rack, balls not perfect etc

The magic rack is highly effective and improves the game
Sometimes with a loose rack the game gets more interesting


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12-19-2017, 01:34 PM

It does affect the movement of the balls. It is rarely significant but it is a fact. So it has its pros and cons. I say use it on a table where the balls wont rack properly with a triangle or a diamond because the pros outweigh the cons. On a good table no need - always looks a bit amateur in a professional tournament no matter how thin it is. Not totally against it but prefer just rack em tight as you can at the front and just fkin hit it.
  
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