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very old billiards table


very old billiards table

My husband and I just looked at the top floor apartment of an old downtown building we are considering purchasing. In the front room, there is a "billiards" table that is obviously very old. It's about the size of a regulation pool table, solid wood and slate, but there are no pockets. It apparently comes with some of the original balls, also. I don't have a lot of details, but I don't know anything about a pool table with no pockets. Could someone please enlighten me?

very old billiards table

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  1. guestMitch Alsup on 6/5/2009 1:15:38 PM

    Billiards table. The ones with pockets are officially pocket billiards tables. See:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carom_billiards

  2. guestdduffett on 6/16/2009 10:43:02 AM

    no pockets means it is a carom table. Strategy involves hitting balls with cue ball a number of times, position, and use of rails. Balls are different. Look up carom or carombole

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  • Published: 6/5/2009 12:54:11 PM