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09-12-2019, 12:03 PM

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Originally Posted by nodeflection View Post
If you want to break the rack with a lot of force backing up the hit use a more firm grip.
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There's no practical difference. Cue speed = force. Whatever grip produces the most cue speed also produces the most force.
I assume you're thinking that a firmer grip puts some body mass behind the cue's momentum, giving it more force. This would be true except for the fact that the hand's soft flesh flexes too much during tip/ball contact to effectively transmit the added mass.

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