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Cue tip chalk (invented in its modern form by straight rail billiard pro William A. Spinks and chemist William Hoskins in 1897)[13][14] is made by crushing silica and the abrasive substance corundum or aloxite[14] (aluminiumoxide),[15][16] into a powder.[14] It is combined with dye (originally and most commonly green or blue-green, like traditional billiard cloth, but available today, like the cloth, in many colors) and a binder (glue).[14] Each manufacturer's brand has different qualities, which can significantly affect play. High humidity can also impair the effectiveness of chalk. Harder, drier compounds are generally considered superior by most players.

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50411-Predator 1080 Pure Chalk

50411
1 tube contains 5 individual pieces
21,95$

Craies Silver Cup OLIVE

50401
Paquet de 12 craies.
8,94$

Craies Silver Cup MAUVE

50402
Paquet de 12 craies.
8,94$

Craies Silver Cup ROUGE

50403
Paquet de 12 craies.
8,94$

Craies Silver Cup TAN

50404
Paquet de 12 craies.
8,94$
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