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11 Aug 2017
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Pool Cues Cases


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Posted By Kristopher H.

Pool is one of the most enjoyable games to play. Whether you own a table or are entering a billiards league, whether you're a novice or a veteran, the goal is to play as well as possible. For this to happen you'll need a professional pool cue. In addition, since it's the most valuable tool of the game, you'll want to check out a variety of pool cue cases. Protecting your pool cue takes more than simply a careful hand. It's important that when you start getting serious about playing billiards, you use pool cue cases to transport your cue around. Luckily, there are many options when it comes to picking out the best cue cases.

When purchasing pool cue cases, make sure to check out the various models. The most popular versions are Stroke and Viking leather cue cases. These all vary in design but there are certain features to keep an eye out for. You'll need to find a case that has a durable interior, since that is where the pool cue is going to be kept. Most of the cue cases come with storage pockets that will fit other accessories as well, including billiard balls. These should be lightweight and easy to carry, big enough to carry the pool cue but not large enough so that the cue isn't secure within the satchel. The pool cue case should also have a durable exterior, made of either leather or light vinyl. These are going to be getting a lot of use so it is important that they are made of a soft yet durable material. They should also have side and top handles so you can maneuver them with ease.

The pool cue cases come in a wide range of varieties as well, including hard cases, soft cases and box cases. Hard cases are the safest; however they often do not come with much in the way of side pockets for carrying your accessories. Instead, they focus almost entirely on protecting the pool cue. Soft cases protect the pool cue and do have pockets however they are soft and not the cue case of choice for anyone playing at a professional level. Professional pool players are more about protecting their cues that the need to carry extras in their pool cue cases. Box cases are a more classical looking case bought primarily because they offer more protection than soft cases. These cue cases have the appearance of a large briefcase. It's nice for those who are interested in arriving to a billiards game in style.

With billiards being such a popular and fun game, it's no wonder that more people have begun investing in their own tables and cues. Billiard leagues are popping up all over the world and are a blast to get involved with. Once you get serious about playing billiards and purchase a pool cue, you will certainly want to make the investment in professional level pool cue cases.

Comments (6)

By Eric G. on AUG 15 2017 @ 3:21PM

McDermott makes excellent pool cues.

By Curtis T. on AUG 15 2017 @ 8:15AM

Don't forget to take care of your cue tips.

By Stuart M. on AUG 14 2017 @ 1:20PM

If you're like me, then no matter what, you'll do better with some white chalk on your hand where you rest your cue.

By Alfonso S. on AUG 13 2017 @ 11:11AM

Are there any rules on how heavy a cue you should use? I feel like I always go for the heaviest ones when I play, and they're usually still too light.

By Jim H. on AUG 13 2017 @ 8:11AM

Having a case is the most basic way to care for your cue.

By Tyson O. on AUG 12 2017 @ 2:15PM

Is there any shame in using a bridge, I always feel like there's some stigma against it.

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