Russian Magic Chalk


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This for me is currently the best chalk for snooker by far. May mark the cue ball a little depending if you use a hard tip but it has the best grip of any chalk we’ve used. Not just us saying it its been tested in the USA and has outstanding results.
On soft and medium tips it won’t mark the cue ball as much as a hard tip. I use a medium hard tip and it does mark a little but i don’t mind as i get the best in grip.

In the coming six months i’ll also be coming out with chalk and i want it to be this good or better minimum and must go on the tip like this.



This listing is for Russian Magic Chalk in Green which is similar to the spruce colour from Tweeten.

For me this is one of the best chalks in grip of any chalks but with grip it does mark the cue ball slightly. Ive been using this myself and i’ll only switch when i can find another chalk that applies as good that doesn’t mark the cue ball.

From testing in the USA with other chalks by Dr Dave this rated the best in shots played without a miscue and it rated at 29 shots where other such as Master chalk at 8 and taom at 5 to 6 shots.

  • This comes in a box of two chalks

1. Rated number ONE chalk by independent testing ( Dr Dave)
2. Less miscues, chalk stays on tip better than any other brand
3. Can shoot off center shots and draw shots more consistently
4. Does not make a mess on the table, shaft or your hands


You can check the videos and results online at

Follow-up for Taom chalk tests (from NV J.7 – Chalk Testing Follow-Up, Taom vs. Master, and How to Chalk Properly):

chalk: average number of shots before miscue
Taom (original version, on hard layered tip, maple shaft): 5, 6
Taom (version 2, on hard layered tip, maple shaft): 5, 5
Master (on hard layered tip, maple shaft): 7, 6
Taom (version 2, on softer non-layered tip on Revo): 4, 4
Master (on softer non-layered tip on Revo): 4, 4


The only experiments I did with these two chalks were the “number of hits before miscue” test and the “maximum-spin miscue limit” test.

Concerning miscue limit, both chalks had very similar results as compared to all of the other chalks tested. I could not detect or measure any difference among any of the chalks concerning the maximum-spin miscue limit (although, the Silver Cup miscue limit didn’t seem to be quite as far out as the others, but it was very close).

Concerning the “number of hits until miscue,” Silver Cup was very similar to Master (flag and pre-flag) and Lava. However, the Magic Chalk was off the charts!!! That stuff really remains effective on the tip for a long time! Here’s a summary of all of the data in this category:

chalk: average number of shots before miscue
Master: 8
pre-flag: 8
Lava: 9
Blue Diamond: 11
Kamui: 15
Silver Cup: 7
Magic Chalk: 29!!!

Additional information

Weight .02 kg
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 2 cm