Master Pool Cue Chalk - Burgundy - Dozen

Master Pool Cue Chalk - Burgundy - Dozen

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12 Pack

For many years Master chalk has been the Official Chalk of the BCA Open 9-Ball Championships.

It is a favorite among many pool players. This Master billiard burgundy color chalk has the texture that transforms smoothly and evenly to leather cue tips. It forms the proper coating to the tip of the cue to prevent miscues and insure pool player satisfaction. Available by the dozen.

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  • Matches Mahogany

    Posted by izabella threadgood on Jun 11th 2018

    We have mahogany felt and it matches well so you dont see chalk dust on it

  • Ok

    Posted by James on Sep 1st 2017

    It's OK for the money. Nothing special.

  • Master chalk

    Posted by Mike sarver on Jan 2nd 2017

    Excellent, stays on tip

  • Good color selection

    Posted by Daniel Brown on Dec 15th 2016

    Needed chalk to match the new felt, and have primarily always used Master

  • Master Burgundy Chalk

    Posted by Gary on Sep 9th 2016

    Good quality chalk for a very low cost. It seems better than Triangle, but not quite as good as Silver Cup chalk. Covers well, but not quite as smoothly as Silver Cup. The texture seems to be just slightly more coarse than Silver Cup. A good value and product.

  • Great Buy

    Posted by Adam on Jul 23rd 2016

    Can not go wrong for that price. Just find your pool chalk TJ match your felt. Great buy.

  • Great

    Posted by Spencer on Feb 7th 2016

    Matched my burgundy felt perfect

  • Great Color, Classic Chalk

    Posted by James on May 29th 2015

    Obviously Master Chalk has a great rep and history. Awesome stuff unless you want to spend $27 for 1 piece of Kamui. The color on this chalk is PERFECT - I have a "Wine" Simonis felt and this is matches it almost perfectly. If you have any shade of burgandy on your felt this is THE best way to go.

  • Good stuff

    Posted by Mike on Apr 20th 2015

    I've always used Master back 30+ years. I had to switch to burgundy since I just re-covered my table in this color.