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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:43 am 

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2015 CABA has came to a successful end in Yushan on November 15th and finally Zheng Yubo defeated Wang Yan and won the men’s title, while Yang Fan won the third place of women’s group and Chen Xue came back and won the championship by 15-11 with Cong Jing.

The official specified CYCLOP billiards had acquired reputation widely.

Chen Xue, the winner of the women’s race, told that CYCLOP billiards enjoy a bit heavy and beautiful colors and being used in W9BC, that is the reason why she love them.

Liu Chuang, who won the forth place of the men’s race, also indicated that with the popularity of CYCLOP billiards’ appearance in various contests, he has adapted to the playing method gradually.

Since its leapt into Chinese market, CYCLOP billiards have enjoyed tremendous reputation and after its being officially specified by CBSA, CYCLOP billiards had made debuts in all 9-Ball and Chinese Billiards contests.(Sourcing from TOP147)

CYCLOP Pool Balls, as our loyal client, will continue to exhibit at GBE in next March. Since its debut in 2007, China Guangzhou International Billiards Exhibition (GBE China) attracts more and more oversea companies bringing their latest billiard products and technology to China and improves the communication between suppliers and buyers. Thanks again for all support from Asian Confederation of Billiard Sports(ACBS), Asian Pocket Billiard Union(APBU), Qatar Billiard & Snooker Federation(QBSF), Chinese Taipei Billiards Federation(CTBF), International Billiards & Snooker Federation(IBSF), International professional pool players association (IPA), Snooker Thailand Association, European Pocket Billiard Federation (EPBF), Cyprus Pocket Billiard Federation, etc, we believe GBE will make a breakthrough in 2016.

You can catch all the latest GBE news on the website, “follower us” on our Twitter page (@gbechina), or contact Ms. Eve Cheng via

PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2015 11:38 pm 
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Unfortunately my experience with Cyclop was not as good. The ball set I used was off center. I was able to spin the several different balls including the cue ball by hand and watch it wobble. I purchased an Aramith set afterward and did not see any wobbling.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 06, 2015 1:10 am 
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I found them to be pretty good balls, I got a set from CSI that was used in one of the tournaments out in Vegas (thank you Mark G.). I love the way they play and stay clean, I find them to be a touch heavier then Centenials (my favorite balls) and Aramith Pros. My issue with them is the colors are hard to get used to and the cueball gives off the appearance that it has a transparent shell for an outer coat, it's hard to explain what I mean but there seems to be some translucent finish on the ball and it's funky.

They are a nice set, but they sit on a shelf with a few other sets, so I guess I don't love them that much.

Jim <----Gots lots of ballz

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