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Improvement for the future is add a setting in the scoreboard so that the break automatically switches every time a frame is won rather than having to do it manually every frame. Dev responded and adding this next update, very friendly and very helpful. I don't a lot of apps. But this IS worth every penny
Amazing cooking application and technology. I use it all the time to cook things that I would be afraid to test on my own. Awesome step by step video instructions and I like that I can just select my preferred doneness and the application calculates cook time automatically
Edited: Very cool game. Attractive art, interesting facts, just needs a few refinements now. Coins should be awarded for losses (even if only a few) to award stonewalling progress, destroying dupe/useless cards for coins would be awesome, (not just the recipes, which are cool by the way), and if the rewards timer cooldown were 7 hours instead of 8, that would be method more feasible for people who obtain 8 hours of sleep. Missions are added now so thats great, hold it up devs!
Really enjoyable app. The concepts of each fresh card I unpack are humorous and I love the idea of pitting these grandiose or miniscule cards versus each other, it's very fun. Although I'm giving this a 5 star review, I still believe an improvement could be made. If you received bonuses for losing it would increase the player base retention and convince more people to battle.
Perfect in every aspect: comfortable, convenient octagon shape, amazing hint adhesion and contact, and the least "fugitive dirt" (dust) of any brand I've tried (hooray!) The dimple seems a small shallow when you first test it, but you obtain used to that in a hurry, and it actually maintains a much better hint conformity shape with use. Competitively priced, too. I've played for over 50 years and always accepted chalk as a beautiful mundane accessory, but this really is an innovative, beneficial product.
I love this chalk. i thought people were a small too crazy about it at first, but i was wrong. It goes on a small thicker than master chalk which means 2 things: you don't have to chalk as often and you don't miscue as much. However, the thicker chalk also leaves more blue marks on the cueball which transfers to the other balls. Most of the locations I play the balls aren't perfectly polished anyway. I definitely recommend this chalk.
I can't say how amazing this android game is my. CUE is so various with not burdening the player with my largest peeve ...ads. the look, video test and trading have taken me away from every other android game I play frequently every day except MPQ, and I guess JWA.
"Chalk couldn't possibly create a difference." Chalk is chalk and all the rest is talk. That is what I said and what I believed for my entire life playing pool. That is until I tried a cube of Predator chalk that someone gave me. It goes onto the cue hint more evenly and with less effort. It stays on the stick rather than a pile of it falling off every time I chalk my stick. I had gotten into the habit of chalking before every shot. This is amazing practice, but in fact it is unnecessary with Predator chalk because the product is resilient. It doesn't all fly off the hint every time I shoot so it is just not important to constantly reapply it. And of course, the thing we wish cue chalk to do is transfer energy to the cue ball through friction, thus allowing us to impart "English" to the cue ball, be it to pull off fancy tricks or simply to control the motion of the cue. It is beyond denying that Predator chalk provides much better control of the cue ball. My game, specifically my fine cue control, improved dramatically the very first android game I played with this product.
What a huge difference this chalk is compared to the inexpensive chalks I had bought in the past. Once you test this brand you won't be going back to the chalk, believe me. This chalk is not gritty like the chalks are and it grips so much better. Buy and use an aerator tool with this brand of chalk and the difference is epic. I like the shape of this chalk also as opposed to the normal square configuration. Buy it........you won't regret it.
I've been using Masters chalk for years, and it's been consistent. I figured I'd test this chalk, mainly because I shoot with a Predator cue. It goes on smooth, and covers the hint evenly. It doesn't feel as 'gritty' as the Masters chalk. The main difference is that when I hit the cueball off-center, the hint sticks to the cue ball like it's glued... no slipping or is chalk helps when shooting over the top of another ball. Instead of the occasional miscue where the hint 'skids' over the top surface of the cueball, the hint sticks to the cueball.I did some experimenting by putting the cueball on the spot and aiming for the center diamond at the other end. I was able to consistently hit the end diamond with enough cueball spin to cause the ball to come off the rail and into the side pocket. I was able to stroke the cueball method off center with no miscuing. Trying the same drill with Masters chalk results in miscues at smaller deviations from center of the ter about a week of play, I've not miscued yet while using this chalk. I tend to chalk about every 5th shot, or before any shot where I'm using english.If you like using english, and you really dislike miscuing... this stuff.Highly recommended!
This chalk is a amazing budget friendly alternative, better than Master and cheaper than Kamui. I average 4-5 shots between chalking unless I know I'm about to apply English to my stroke. My only complaint is the blue dots it leaves the cue ball, and your fingers if you accidentally touch it. If you scuff it on instead of drilling it on like it owes you money, it'll latest at least a session, maybe two. Shooting three times a week it lasted me quite a while. It's worth the for the slight upgrade, assuming you also have a worthy hint installed. It won't fix a house cue ;)
Comes in a handy cardboard tube and is individually wrapped. It goes on simple and stays on, i personally think its alot better than your standard billiards chalk. Since buying my first set of 5 and letting my squad test it out it's all we use. It's the best quality and value you can obtain for your money, the only thing better is the kumi chalk but that's $20.00+ per cube. The only con is the weird shape so you have to a separate chalk holder for it.
I'm just an average players, and I haven't noticed that I'm able to place any extra "English" on the cue ball using this chalk, but it does stay on the cue better than other chalks I've used, so it does support prevent so, it doesn't leave chalk spots all over the felt of your table....which was a true plus for me since the felt on my table is green and this chalk is blue!
Application doesn't work on Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 7 Plus. Despite a number of negative reviews, I thought I'd give it a try. The application owner has been staying in touch with me, but the application developer isn't responding. Ah, well.
Not for the faint-hearted or the lazy, this is packed full of uncompromising recipes that are well worth the effort. The Kindle ver is not good though, no table of contents and weird rendering makes it very hard to navigate. The physical ver is beautifully produced and well worth dropping a few more dollars on.