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No doubt these balls are top quality but pool teams ...
on 2 June 2015
No doubt these balls are top quality but pool teams up and down the country have been saying that about Aramith balls for decades: There never has been a substitute for Aramith balls. There are two principle differences with these: They cost more than twice as much as other Aramith sets and they play completely differently. The cost is entirely up to each team but the way the balls play will bring strife to many amateur pub leagues. The home team advantage is huge because they are familiarised with the weight and reaction of the balls. The the other side is left wondering why they're suddenly lost the ability to play the game.
In my opinion, pub leagues should either enforce that everyone uses these balls (a costly decision) or that they should be outlawed. They don't improve the game one shred, they just create an unfair bias.