What is a good weight for a break cue?
What Weight Should My Break Cue Be? The ideal cue stick weight varies and depends on one’s personal preference. However, heavier sticks providing similar accuracy and speed tend to break with greater power than lighter cues. For the break cue, you want a stick that falls under the standard weight (18-21 oz).
Is a heavier break cue better?
The idea is that the lighter the cue, the faster you can swing it. And the faster you can swing it, the harder you can break. Because this theory revolves around acceleration and speed, lighter break cues are good for players who are able to be accurate with a fast, athletic break stroke.
What is the heaviest break cue?
If you can handle it, the answer for you may just be the Elite “Heavy” Break Cue. This breaker generates power through its massive weight. Rather than weighing just 20oz or 21oz, the Heavy weighs in at approximately 27oz, making it one of the heaviest breakers on the market.
How much should a pool cue weight?
19 to 19.5 ounces
What is the standard cue weight? A: The pros use cues which weigh 19 to 19.5 ounces. Available pool sticks range from a low of about 15 to as much as 27 ounces, an extra half-pound over the pro cue.
Is it better to have a lighter or heavier pool cue?
In general, a lighter cue will allow more control over finesse shots, and a heavier cue will allow more cue ball (CB) speed with less apparent stroke effort. A heavier cue might also be easier for some people to keep on line during the stroke, but this is a very individual thing.
What weight cue does Shane Van Boening use?
Designed and used by Champion Player Shane Van Boening, it weighs 16 ounces and features a 13.5 mm deluxe phenolic tip and will provide the firmness to jump with confidence and therefore achieve the desired results.
What is the most common pool cue weight?
While professional billiards players tend to use pool sticks that weigh about 19 ounces, it is a better idea for beginners to use pool sticks that are a bit lighter (around 15 ounces) while they are still learning how to pocket those tough shots with ease.
What pool cue does Efren Reyes shoot with?
Mezz Efren Reyes ELM02 Limited
This Limited Edition Cue was made in collaboration with the “Magician” Efren Reyes following his playing style requirements. It features Mezz Cues second to none craftsmanship providing a unique performance and solid feel.
What is the most expensive billiard cue?
1. The Intimidator Masterpiece Cue – $150,000.00. What would you be willing to pay just to own the most expensive pool cue in the world? The price tag on this one is a whopping $150,000.
Is a 21 oz pool cue good?
Using a lighter weight stick (18-19 oz.) will create more “snap” in your shot; your cue ball will be dynamic and your object ball will go into the pocket at a slower pace. A heavier cue (20-21 oz) results in a more sluggish cue ball; the object ball will go into the pocket faster.
Does cue weight matter?
What cue does Jayson Shaw use?
The cue that Jayson use is a Peri “Duke Aquitaine P-T03”.