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Tips For Buying A Pool Table

Tips For Buying A Pool Table

I want to buy a pool table for my house soon, but I am not too sure on what to look for.

I have been around to several shops and have read a bit of information, but I feel sketchy about many of the salespeople. I get the uneasy feeling that they are just playing games.

What advice should I follow in looking for a pool table? What type of "structure" or "design" should I look for?

What are the main brand names out there? I am looking toward a budget of $3000.

I want advice on what the best bang for the buck might be? I'd appreciate any help I can get.

Tips For Buying A Pool Table

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  1. billiardsforumstraightshooter on 8/11/2006 1:08:39 AM

    Honestly, the more you shop around, the better. The more information you can gather, the better time you'll have in dealing with salepeople, and it will be easier to weed out the bad ones.

    You can always try the local papers and look for a second hand table. Generally, the thicker the slate, the better quality the table will be and play.

    If this table is to be a piece of furniture you might look to spend more for good solid hardwood table that is well finished.

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Tips For Buying A Pool Table

  • Title: Tips For Buying A Pool Table
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 8/11/2006 1:04:12 AM