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02-20-2017, 08:23 AM

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Originally Posted by TheBook View Post
I think you are asking about attending a pool school or buying a cue.

The cue will not make you a better player.

The school may help you develop a good stroke and a few basic fundamentals that will be more valuable in the long run as you can always buy a cue but can't make up for wasted time developing bad techniques and skills.

Problem is finding a good school or instructor that will recognize your faults and help correct them instead of some of those that are cookie cutters with one size fits all.

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Where did all the school talk come from lol? I just wanted feed back on the two cues I mentioned & somehow we've talking schools.
  
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