A fine, high-quality cue chalk, appreciated for its firmness.
Made by Tweeten Fibre of Chicago, Triangle chalk coats cue tips smoothly and evenly to prevent miscues. Players like the secure feeling in attempting critical shots.
Anecdotally: 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).
• Chalk is sensitive to temperature and hygrometry changes.
• A chalk too smooth is not synonymous with high-quality