April 2018

Blog

The Lag #7 ~ Kelvin GreenL

Taking the Plunge! The year was 1993 or 1994. I thought I was a pool player on the verge of making it big! That, all by itself, shows how green I actually was! One thing I knew, though, I loved the action! I had gotten a taste of it myself and I had seen enough

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Pool Basics ~ Jason Robinson

How to make the adjustments I am sure that everyone has asked the question “how do I adjust to this?” Whether it is the humidity in a room that slows down the playing surface, or the perspiration on the bridge hand that causes the cue to stick and stutter during your stroke, there are always

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Greg Knight, An Interview with the McDermott CEO ~ Anthony Beeler

 When was McDermott Cue founded?  Talk to us about the history of your company… Jim McDermott founded McDermott in 1975. Jim had been repairing cues for a number of years, and he had been observing the mistakes that he saw others in the industry making. He decided that he could do it better, so that’s

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Interview with Steve Lomax ~ Brian Pauley

Cue making is an art form.  Where some artists may use traditional mediums such as clay or canvas, the artists in the pool world use wood and other materials to produce their art.  Their art are the custom cues that many people buy every year. Some of these individually crafted works of art stay inside

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Equipment

Longasy Tip Review ~ Garret Troop

The Longasy Break DOWN. I have had the distinctive privilege of testing the Longasy brand out. They are a new company based out of Taiwan and making a name for themselves here in the states.  They currently produce four tips, one tip pad and a few patches. The cool thing is that every one of

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