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Playability of Imperial Pool Tables?

Playability of Imperial Pool Tables?

I've looked though the boards here and seen a few things on the imperial brand and I haven't found the answers I'm looking for. Most of the things talked about we about the appearance of the table, also saw something about the pockets being loose. However my concern is how is the quality of play? I see the "Dominator" model is a 8ft 3pc 3/4" slate table. From what I've gathered 3pc is a good thing however it's thin compared to a Brunswick or other big names. Basically I want a table at home to practice on and not have to feed the ragged out table at the bar quarters. Appearances aside (honestly I could give a damn how it looks) if the table plays well and stays together and level I'm happy. Plus the one I'm looking at needs refleted but it's disassembled and it's $100 bucks so you can't beat that. Thoughts on this would be great.

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Playability of Imperial Pool Tables?

  • Title: Playability of Imperial Pool Tables?
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  • Published: 1/30/2014 12:20:52 AM