In this chapter, I would explain how billiard chalk works and the performance of KAMUI chalk.
The performance of billiard chalk depends on how much frictional force the chalk creates between the cue ball and tip against the slipping force.
To have greater frictional force,
1, Increase area of contact between the cue ball and chalk particles. The contact area becomes larger by making the particles of the chalk much finer.
2, Make the particles of the chalk more solid and sharper so that the particles can bite into the surface of the cue ball.
After long research, we finally found the ideal material that has the 2 important factors above.
This is why KAMUI chalk can prevent miss-cuing compared to standard chalk, and this performance gives the player a larger shooting area. (Larger sweet spot)