Silver Cup Chalk - Spruce - Dozen

Silver Cup Chalk - Spruce - Dozen

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12 Pack

The Silver Cup Chalk Spruce Dozen Box has the precise formula and composition for accurate striking of the cue ball without costly miscues. Featured on many professional tournament matches shown on ESPN. It has become the solid choice of amateur tournaments, professional tournaments, recreation players, home tables, and of course, trick shot artists, who rely on the proper chalk to get the right friction, grip, spin, and results. This Silver Cup Chalk features:

  • Spruce color
  • Improves accuracy to every shot
  • Adheres to cue tips easily
  • Sold by the dozen
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  • Matches mali felt quite well

    Posted by David on Mar 10th 2012

    Matches Mali felt quite well, Helps to keep the table looking good while your playing. I find chalk marks on a table distracting. In the photo you can compare the two brands of spruce that I have purchased th try out. The Silver cup is a dead ringer for the Mali...

  • Silver Cup Chalk

    Posted by John on Jan 16th 2012

    Just what I ordered and delivered very quickly!

  • As always

    Posted by Christopher on Oct 10th 2011

    Great chalk, Great colors available, Made right here in Georgia. What else do you want?

  • My favorite

    Posted by william coburn on May 11th 2011

    I find that I prefer Siver Cup over other brands. It seems smoother or more creamy. Everyone should compare brands and pick a favorite.

  • Great buy

    Posted by John Edwards on Apr 6th 2011

    My local billiard parlor first got me started using Silver Cup Chalk. It works great and you can't beat their color selection or Ozones' price.

  • Table clean, cueball dirty

    Posted by Gene J. Mann on Jan 9th 2011

    I bought Silvercup chalk because it comes in spruce and standard green Triangle was messing up my felt, requiring frequent cleaning. The darker chalk makes less of a mess on the table, but the cueball gets dirty really quickly. Can't have it all I guess.