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07 May 2008 10:39 PM
    If you were re-doing the cushions for a Snooker table, what kind of templates would you be using if for your own use ie at home. We know have access to Wiraka templates so that is one option. Companies like B&B and Heiron Smith have either standard (not sure what that means) and championship size.

    What would you do?
    Dallas Hershell
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    09 May 2008 03:03 AM
    I would try and get medium pockets. Too tight, and your game will go to crap!! People think tighter pockets will make them more accurate, but all it will do is destroy your confidence.. You cant have Wiraka-Riley cuts on a standard table, it just wont work, as they have wide rails which give them the deep pocket.. B&B tend to do a good cut. Just don't get Paddy Morgan to cut them with his bucket template.. :wink:
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    09 May 2008 04:26 AM
    Thanks for advice mate, after all you will be spending some time there I would imagine.
    Dallas Hershell
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    09 May 2008 04:34 AM
    Im sure i will come and pull out some sooker balls for you ever now and then.. :oops:
    Luke Hough
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    09 May 2008 10:36 PM
    Alex You should go for a drive to my old mans place and check out his ..... id go maybe a lil bit smaller then his just a lil ........... very nice and also he is using black english rubbers
    Dallas Hershell
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    10 May 2008 12:31 AM
    Who did the cuts Luke?
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    10 May 2008 06:40 AM
    Pity he didn`t get cut many moons ago. :shock: :shock: :shock:
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    10 May 2008 06:44 AM
    Pity he didn`t get cut many moons ago. :shock: :shock: :shock:
    rofl one of your best roger
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    10 May 2008 07:47 AM
    he is using black english rubbers
    They can`t be much chop either . :shock: :shock: :shock:
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    10 May 2008 09:24 AM
    The tighter the pocket the better. That way if you play well at home you know you can go anywhere else and play well. If you are down on confidence then go and play at any club, where big pocket tables are easy to find. Once your confidence is up then go back to playing at home.
    Dallas Hershell
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    10 May 2008 09:30 AM
    Yeah, it's done Terry Emmett a world of good.. :lol:
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    10 May 2008 01:29 PM
    I know you have seen this before, but this is Terry's table over Neils. Have a look at all the differences. The size of their rubbers, rails, drop off, and how deep and far back their pockets are.. The tables are completely different. Even though Terry's is a very similar cut to Neils, it would play twice as hard.. Image
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    06 Oct 2017 07:49 PM
    There are different types of templates are available online. I have also checked the grademiners writing service review to know more about the template designs. This post really helpful for me to choose the best one.
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