I thought he would do better than he did being that I thought snooker players were the best cueists. Maybe I was wrong about that. He had some good moments but a little more bad. He did seem to take it well and show good sportsmanship.
After watching some Accu-stat matches on YouTube, I’m curious about the 10’ Diamond table for the DCC Bigfoot tournament. It seems like it plays much faster than the 9’ Diamonds. Does anyone know if the 10’ table has different cushions and/or cloth than the 9’?
Is a larger tip diameter more forgiving than a smaller one? Since I don’t practice 8 hours a day and don’t hit the microdot on the cue ball 100% of the time, will a smaller diameter hurt my ball pocketing? I currently use a 13mm traditional and am considering going down to a 11.75mm low...
I’m not sure if you can find one outside of Diamond. I highly recommend a Diamond cover. They are expensive but worth it in my opinion. I have a 9’ professional and a Diamond cover. It fits perfect and is good quality.
My recommendation would be the x-1. When I’m cleaning the cloth, I start with the x-1 as directed in the instructions to get out the chalk and get anything else with my shop vac. This has worked well for me.
I did the same thing to some centennials. It will take some elbow grease but they are not ruined. I used the aramith restorer and cleaner four straight times (used restorer, cleaner and polished) and they came back to looking like new. It was a tough lesson to learn.