AzB Silver Member
Obviously I like the Centennial design the most of any other pool balls.I own about a dozen or so different sets of balls, but I see you have 3 sets of Centennials. What led you to purchase multiple sets of the exact same type versus all different for variety? Just curious.
The reason for 3 sets is I try to keep a brand new set as a reserve set.
It sits on my shelf ready to be put in action whenever needed or desired.
Then I have a set that’s in a travel case and the balls are in pristine shape.
The last set is everyday use Centennials for pool hall use. I have a Ballstar
machine so those balls still have great luster but show signs of use, i.e., nicks.
The same might be asked of me why do I carry six cues in a cue case? Why
not just a couple? I suppose it’s since I can’t really decide which ones to carry.
So rather than wonder about the cues I could have brought with me, I just take
‘em all & just randomly pick a cue which is really enjoyable since they all match.