Story Behind Cue Hacks?
My name is Manoj and I have a passion for snooker, billiards, and pool. I’ve been playing the games for years and had become a decent player. But despite my dedication, I felt that I am not reaching my full potential as a player.
Despite my efforts to improve my game, I found it difficult to find the resources, coaching material, coaches, or courses I needed to take my skills to the next level. I searched for online forums, instructional videos, and articles, but the information I found was scattered, inconsistent and conflicted. I felt that I was at a dead end and that my progress had hit a roadblock.
One day, I had a lightbulb moment. I realized that I was not the only one struggling to find the resources I needed to improve my game. There were likely many others out there who were facing the same challenges. And so, I decided to take matters into my own hands and create a website that would bring all the resources I had been searching for together in one place.
I worked tirelessly, spending long hours coding and designing the website, gathering information and resources, and reaching out to other players and experts in the field. And finally, after months of hard work, the website is now almost ready.
I am still on my goal of taking my game to the next level, and in the process, I want to help countless others. I want this website to become a beacon of hope and a valuable resource for players everywhere.
I hope that this website will help people learn the game and improve their skills. And, who knows, maybe someday someone will become as good as the top players!
How do we make money?
The short answer is we’re not making any money at this stage, but we do have some sponsors to ease our financial burden.
Why the Name Cue Hacks?
Additionally, the word “cue” is directly related to the sport, making it clear what the website is about. By using a name that is both descriptive and memorable, “Cue Hacks” effectively communicates its purpose and attracts the attention of those who are interested in snooker, billiards, and pool.
Overall, “Cue Hacks” is a catchy and memorable name that effectively conveys the idea of a website that provides tips, tricks, and resources for improving your snooker, billiards, and pool skills.
What are our main goals?
A good player is always looking for ways to improve their game. Whether it’s trying out different cue sticks or trying new practice drills, any edge you can get will give you an advantage over your competition. The Cue Hacks Forum is a great place to chat with other players, discuss strategy, and find new tips to help you step up your game.
- Improve your game, fast
- Get you better at Snooker/Billiards/Pool
- Give you an edge on your opponents.
- Manufacturer’s Hub (All cue hacks members will be able to buy cue sports gear from their favorite cue maker, including tables)
Code of Conduct
Welcome to the Cue Hacks Community!
Thanks for joining us! We’re excited about Cue Hacks and are always happy to meet people who feel the same way. We want everyone to get the most out of Cue Hacks and our community, so we ask that you please read and follow these guidelines. These apply whether you’re using our forum, or any other form of communication outside of the Cue Hacks community.
Above all, be cool!
We’re all here to talk about Cue Hacks and to work together toward making it even better so that snooker, billiards, and other cue sports players can benefit from it. Criticizing ideas (by means of reasoned arguments, of course) is an important part of that. But let’s not get carried away and devolve into personal attacks, because negativity only gets in the way. We ask that you avoid the following:
Offensive or abusive language, as well as any kind of hate speech,
Posts with the intent of harassing, impersonating, or defaming others
Unnecessary deletion of posted content
Attempts to abuse or expose the private information of others
Obscene or sexually explicit content
Discussion of software piracy and similar topics
Your Shop’s advertisements
Spam, phishing posts, and any other actions designed to deface this site are strictly prohibited.
All of the above are grounds for moderator action. If you have an issue with another member, we ask that you please don’t confront them yourself. If it’s on the forum, please use the Report command on the post in question, then leave it up to the staff to deal with the situation. Otherwise, report the violation to email@example.com
Our moderators may edit or delete any content that is repetitive, off-topic, offensive, or disruptive to the flow of communication. Serious or repeated offenses may lead to the suspension of the offending user’s account. So, you know, be cool. 😎