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    Master Blue Chalk - 12 pcs Box

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    • Master Blue Chalk - 12 pcs Box
    Incl. Tax: €3.99 Excl. Tax: €3.33
    Ref: A.CHA.MAST.12PCS
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    Estimated availability date : 01/22/2018

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    Master Blue Chalk - 12 pcs Box

    Master Billiard is the most popular cue chalk.

    Made by Tweeten Fibre of Chicago, Master chalk coats cue tips smoothly and evenly to prevent miscues.
    Master chalk is softer and more adapted for dry environment.


    Cue tip chalk was invented in its modern form by the billiard pro player William A. Spinks and the chemist William Hoskins in 1897.
    It is made by crushing silica and the abrasive substance corundum or aloxite (aluminum oxide).

    Some advices:

    • Chalk is sensitive to temperature and hygrometry changes.
    • A chalk too smooth is not synonymous with high-quality

    Good classic chalk Review byJonni
    Pretty good chalk I have used for couple of years now. (Posted on December 9, 2015)
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    Consistent and reliable Review byWilliam
    As we all know, Tweeten Fibre Co., Chicago, IL, USA make some of the best known billiard products from Elkmaster, Triangle and Le Professional cue tips, Master, Triangle and Silver Cup chalk, as well as cone talc, etc.

    I have tried a few other brands of chalk from National Tournament Chalk, Longoni Blue Diamond and Kamui chalk, but none of them offer the level of consistency and reliability for hit and spin control than Triangle and Master Chalk does.

    Through my 29 years of experience being a pool player, I have found that Master Chalk is a slightly coarse grade of chalk than Triangle chalk and is a little more effective on days when it the air is fairly dry with very little or no humidity at all.

    It is still very much a top quality product that has been around for decades and I imagine it will still be every bit as reliable for many more decades to come. (Posted on September 1, 2014)
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