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First Time Pool Table Buyer Looking For Help

First Time Pool Table Buyer Looking For Help

I am going to be buying a pool table shortly and Ive been trying to do some research online to figure out what I should look for in a good one. Unfortunately, there is not much out their for me to stumble upon so I was wondering if any of you delightful gentle men or gracious women would have any tips for me? Anything helps, I'm very much so interested in become a pool player.

Thank you all very much Ctop

First Time Pool Table Buyer Looking For Help

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  1. CtopFenwick on 2/7/2009 9:16:05 AM

    Read "be careful of the low quality tables" by RMCORP2006 in the Billiard, Pool, and Snooker Tables thread. Then do a search here using the words Greenleaf tables here. Diamond, Brunswick, and Olhausen seem to be the top three IMHO but not in that order per-say. You should also check out the sponsors at the top of the home page!

  2. Ctopjbonax on 2/10/2009 5:51:46 PM

    hey, help! i'm a new forum member and i have a question: i am the new owner of a 1972 Brunswick Heritage billiards table, model GD 9, number 2251, and it's in great shape. It has the cues and everything. What would be a good selling price for this table. Any suggestions? Or where i can find the answer? Thank you greatly! Jerry Mullinax Hendersonville, NC

  3. CtopWilliam Erby on 7/5/2009 1:18:09 PM

    This is William at freedom billiards and in Oct. we are opening a huge store and I would love to talk to you about are custom tables they will range from 1500 to 3000, we will ship anywhere in are country.

  4. CtopBev Stayart on 8/14/2009 12:02:30 PM

    I would first ask the people I know who already had purchased tables to see if they were happy with them. The best recommendation will probably come from them.

  5. Ctopbuckshotshoey on 9/6/2009 8:45:27 PM

    Are you looking for "fine furniture", or just a decent table to play on? If you like the way a Valley coin op table plays when your at the bar, then maybe think about getting one. You can get a decent used Valley for $500 to $800. There are many billiard distributors around the country that sell them.

  6. Ctopbilliardbuzzdotcom on 9/8/2009 3:40:29 AM

    You may have stumbled upon the right website if you are looking to buy a pool table. This is one of the best billiard forums I have encountered. And its fill with information about billiard tables, cues, stroke and much more. I'm sure as you continue to parouse this forum you will find the answer you seek. If not maybe some of the more seasoned billiard players will come and answer your post. See you around. BilliardBuzz

  7. CtopMitch Alsup on 9/8/2009 3:16:57 PM

    Stick with the big 4 and you can't really make a mistake: {Brusnwick, Olhausen, Diamond, Connely*}

    Connely is currently in Chaper 11--approach with caution.

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First Time Pool Table Buyer Looking For Help

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  • Published: 2/6/2009 9:35:06 AM