I remember, long ago, we discussed this, but I'd like a refresher.
Let's go back to the days when we all used white dots as our main ball. They came in Blue, Silver, Green, Red (?), and maybe a couple of other colors. I remember that there was a noticeable (Charlest, it's true) difference in hook between them. As I recall the Blue hooked the most and the Silver the least. (I distinctly remember going to state one year with a green one that chipped out around the holes - they had a blue in the shop and drilled it out for me and it hooked more by several boards - in fact more than some yellow angles that were in use.) Does anyone know exactly why?
"A little sincerity is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal." Oscar Wilde
Ragnar sure likes to throw his purdy Uranium Buzzsaw.