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Worminator 02-07-2014 10:07 AM

✦:✦ AZB 2013 Cue of the Year *RESULTS* ✦:✦
Well... here is how it shook out at the end of the voting. I have included all cues with 10 votes or more. Congrats to Thomas Wayne for the "Purple Reign" cue winning the 2013 AZ Cue of the Year

Cuemaster98 02-07-2014 10:20 AM

where are the pictures of these cues?

Bavafongoul 02-07-2014 10:59 AM

Boo....the fight was fixed.....oops...wrong sport.

Jamie, the public has spoken......the tally is be was a fun contest to watch.

Thank you for coming up with this idea and for the effort it takes to conduct this annual contest.

Matt B.

mia 02-07-2014 11:12 AM

Personally, I think TW's Purple Reign was a no-brainer. That cue is AWESOME.

Thanks again Jaime. Always fun to see these threads each year.

scdiveteam 02-07-2014 11:35 AM

I totally agree, TW hit the grand slam for sure!

As usual great job Jamie!

Ken_4fun 02-07-2014 11:42 AM

Jamie -

Thanks for your efforts.


Walkermine 02-07-2014 11:58 AM

Congratulations to Thomas Wayne. IMO, Purple Reign is one of his finest to date. Iíve seen this cue in person and it truly is stunning. It was hard to set that cue down since there is so much to admire. I found the veneer points inside the ivory to almost give the illusion of never really ending, they are that sharp. His work continues to push the envelope and that is refreshing. Iím anxious to see what he'll give us next.

Thanks for another great year Jamie. The entries were all fine examples of both traditional and modern design. All should be proud.

As a last note, Iím happy to see Ned Morrisí cue make the list. This is another cue Iíve seen up close and can attest to the beauty and workmanship. Itís good to see him back. A great guy and cue maker as well.

poolrod 02-07-2014 12:06 PM

TW did put the decals on pretty straight. :thumbup: Great cues all around, thank you, Jamie. Great year last year, a lot of big cues were delivered.

CueCaps 02-07-2014 12:20 PM

With all the talent, The COTY is getting harder and harder to choose.
So many catagories that each cue has it's strong points.
Unbelievable splicing, Intricate /detailed CNC Inlay works,
new initiative designs/looks..

Congrats to Thomas, Kenny and Pete .
In actuality, they are all winners, it their own ways..
Thanks Jamie... As always, thanks for all you do...

Alton :)

lenoxmjs 02-07-2014 03:45 PM

Congratulations to Thomas on the win. Both cues are technically and artistically great .

I still like the crazy handle Tokin the best.

I also think its great that Darrin Hill showed real strong with two cues. A testament to how good his work can be and how much talent he has.

Big-Tattoo 02-07-2014 05:32 PM

congratulations to TW, hats up.
Darrin's Cues are not only looking good they play are damn nice.
I wish.........
@Jamie, thanks for the nice Job again, much much appreciated

somms69 02-08-2014 08:55 AM


Originally Posted by mia (Post 4581357)
Personally, I think TW's Purple Reign was a no-brainer. That cue is AWESOME.

Thanks again Jaime. Always fun to see these threads each year.

Everything he said. Thank you, Jaime.

ScottR 02-08-2014 09:14 AM

Thanks as always, Jamie!


CMD 02-08-2014 09:27 AM

A very highly impressive showing by Thomas Wayne with 2 of the top 3 spots!

Your work is truly appreciated by many!

Thanks as always Jamie.

<~~~~~~~realizes this has been many years running of effort

JimmyRayK 02-08-2014 09:31 AM

Amazing cues this year..........congrats to TW (so much talent).

I want to also say that Pete Tonkin has come so far over the last 5 years. The cues he's done for Tikkler are amazing. I'm working with him right now on a cue for me I think is goona be pretty sweet.

Thanks to Jamie for doing this,

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