XLR8R wrote:Great idea...I'll be there. When you buy a piece of chalk for $35 does it come with the deed to your new bridge you purchased from the real estate company Dewy, Cheatem and How?
Well, I'm glad you'll be attending! Anyone else interested?
And about the price for chalk, I know it seems nuts. But really, how is that different than cues? A player can just borrow a cue from the wall rack in any bar or pool room and run racks. Why is it that players buy a cue for $100 to $10,000?
We'll be discussing the "Bang for the Buck" in chalk as it relates to pool gear at this clinic.
Be sure you bring your cue, so you can try each chalk with a tip and shaft you're familiar with. We'll be wiping tips clean with laboratory grade paper towels between each test to keep cross-contamination to a minimum. If this idea has some traction, we may consider doing a double blind trial.