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    Treating a Slick Irish Linen Wrap

    I have a relatively new cue that has an irish linen wrap that is too slick for my liking. I am looking for suggestions for a method to reduce the slickness and make tackier. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    Value of "daddy warbucks" balabushka ?

    :) A good friend of mine owns an old Balabushka that was made for and used by Hubert Cokes. It has his name in the clear plastic-like area near the end of the butt. The authenticity of the cue was verified a number of years ago by Nick Varner. Nick's Dad and Hubert were close friends. The...
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    Looking for Leon

    Would like to contact Leon Sly to discuss making a cue for me. Can anyone help me contact him. Thanks.
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    To slip or not to slip...that is the question

    Some of the greatest players ever have used the slip stroke. Players the status of Willie Mosconi, Cowboy Jimmy Moore, Billy "Cornbread Red" Burge, and Eddie Kelly. There are other players also on the list, but these four stand out in my mind. I assume by now, based on previous posts, that...
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    To slip or not to slip...that is the question

    Some of the greatest players ever have used the slip stroke. Players the status of Willie Mosconi, Cowboy Jimmy Moore, Billy "Cornbread Red" Burge, and Eddie Kelly. There are other players also on the list, but these four stand out in my mind. I assume by now, based on previous posts, that...
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    George Rood's cure for "jumping up" and "poking" instead of stroking

    George Rood's cure for "jumping up" and "poking" instead of stroking George"s method for eliminating these common errors was a two step process. Step One- Aim your shot until it looks perfect while taking your practice strokes. Step Two-After you have taken your last practice stroke, Close...
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