Break cues on 7' tables

Ih82luz

AzB Silver Member
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Watching some recorded events on YouTube, and I noticed players using their playing cue to break.

Is a break cue needed on a 7' table?
 

Johnnyt

Burn all jump cues
Silver Member
I have broke with my Cuetec R 360 for 5 years and my Viking for many more years on a 7' and a 9' table. Only negative is I have to change my tips more often. Johnnyt
 

Scott Lee

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You don't "need" a break cue for any size table. You can use your playing cue. It's important that you use good technique (don't lunge at the CB, and don't try to SMASH the rack. Do try to hit dead center on the CB, and hit the head ball square)...otherwise you could damage your cue, or at least pop the tip off. :D

Scott Lee
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poolguy4u

AzB Silver Member
Silver Member
Watching some recorded events on YouTube, and I noticed players using their playing cue to break.

Is a break cue needed on a 7' table?

:shrug:


Seven foot table or nine foot table...just doesn't matter.

I break with an old cue with a triangle tip on it.


Table size doesn't matter.:grin:
 

Busboy

Wanna Play Some?
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They both work on any table I just have break jump cuz I use softer tips and don't like too mess them up and have too shape all time its whatever works for u its not a need but nice too have :thumbup:
 
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