There are pool cues, and then there is the Intimidator pool cue. This stick holds the title of the world's most expensive pule cue. How expensive is the world's most expensive pool cue? Try $150,000. While that's certainly a lot of money to pay for a pool stick, the Intimidator isn't just any regular cue.
For starters, this cue was handmade over a period of one year and a total of 1,862 hours went into its production. It was shaped from an 82-pound hunk of steel into a Medieval-esque pool cue weighing in at 9.5 pounds. It sports two blades and has an Italian obsidian gemstone at its base. The Intimidator pool cue is more a work of art than anything else, especially since it weighs in at almost 10 pounds. Still, this stick is likely to get you the respect of everyone in the pool hall regardless of how good your game is.
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