Remember, billiard lights go above the table and below the ceiling, they are not supposed to light up the whole room. … If your table is not in…

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In 1765 A.D., the first billiard room was built in England. Played there was One-Pocket, which was a table with one pocket and four balls. The first coin-operated…

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A standard pool table requires a room size of 14′-10″ x 19′-0″ or 4.52m x 5.79m. A bumper pool table requires a much smaller room size of 12′-5″…

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The modern slate thickness for most 7–8′ American pool tables is 3/4″ and one solid piece. One-inch slate in three sections is common in older 8′ tables. The…

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Why is my pool table slow? Old cushion rubber slowly breaks down over time and can become mushy and slow to respond. The opposite problem is a little…

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The 7-foot pool table is probably the size the general public is most familiar with. Referred to as a “bar box,” 7-footers are common coin-operated fixtures is bars…

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Measure across the width of the table from the front of the cushions and mark the centre of the table with a piece of chalk. Repeat this process…

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Pool tables come in a variety of different sizes to fit the space you have available. While 8ft pool tables are considered by most to be the perfect…

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Traditional pool table markings: A black line is draw across the width of the pool table through the head spot. This line is called the head line or…

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A definite upgrade in quality and price, tables of this caliber are most common in peoples’ homes, and cost from around $1,200 to $2,000. Tables like these are…

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