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What is the playing surface of the 96"Beaumont billiard table model 32944 HD made of? is it slate or not ?

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SOURCE: I want to buy a pool table for my basement, but I don't know if the room is big enough. How big of a room do I need for a billiard table?

It obviously depends of what size table you are buying. I found you a great chart that outlines the various table sizes and the dimensions the room should be for each.



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SOURCE: What is the cloth covering a billiard table made of? How often does it need to be replaced on my home table?

Billiard cloth is made primarily from wool with a blend of nylon. Unless you are playing on your table on a daily basis, you can get away with only changing the cloth every few years.

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SOURCE: I have had my billiard table for over a year and am embarrassed to say that I have not cleaned it yet. In part, I think it just seems overwhelming and I don't want to ruin the felt. Can anyone s

Owning a billiard table comes with many responsibilities and cleaning it is one of them. Try to clean your table more often than once a year to not only keep it looking good, but to prolong the life of the table itself. I found you a great how-to guide that will take you through the steps of properly cleaning your billiard table. Hope you find it helpful.

http://www.wikihow.com/Clean-a-Felt-Pool-Table-Top

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What's the difference between pool and billiard?


A pool table has 6 pockets and uses a standard 'stripes and solids' ball set; also known as 'pocket billiards'. A pure billiards table has no pockets and uses only 3 balls. A snooker table has smaller pockets and balls, a very large playing surface and is played primarily in England.

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How high should I hang the lamp over the table?


The bottom of the shade should be approximately 30-32 inches off the top of the playing surface. If you're hanging the lights before you locate your table the distance from the ground should be 60-62 inches high.

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How would I know if my billiard cue is warping?


The best way to check for warping is to roll your cue along the tables' surface. If its either rolls unevenly or wobbles in any way than it is most likely warped.

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How will humidity affect my billiard table?


Humidity can **** all the moisture out of the wood of your billiard table creating cracks along the surface. I would strongly suggest placing a humidifier in the room with your billiard table to eliminate any such occurrences.

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Is there a difference between billiards and pool?


Both are cue sports. For all essential purposes, pool is a type of billiards. Billiards is a game played with a cue which is used to strike balls, moved around a cloth-covered table. Billiards is broken up into two types of game varieties: Carom and pool.

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What is the cloth covering a billiard table made of? How often does it need to be replaced on my home table?


Billiard cloth is made primarily from wool with a blend of nylon. Unless you are playing on your table on a daily basis, you can get away with only changing the cloth every few years.

Jul 25, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Is there a rough guide to knowing how large of a room I need for a 9-foot billiard table?


Yes. You must allow for the length of the cue stick and a minimum of an extra 6 inches to allow for a comfortable stroke. Then to figure out how large the room should be take the above number and add it to the width and length of your tables playing surface.

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Are the pockets on all billiard tables the same size?


On regulation tables, corner pockets are 4fl inches wide and the two side pockets are 5 inches wide. Some tables may have smaller and deeper pockets; which makes the game a little harder to play.

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What is the standard size of a billiard table?


There are three standard sizes for billiard tables - 7-foot (3.5' X 7'), 8-foot (4' X 8') and 9-foot (4.5' X 9'). The standard height of a table is between 75-80cm when measured from the playing surface to the ground.

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What types of Billiard games are there?



In general you have 4 main billiard game types. The mostcommon are the 8-ball and 9-ball, Pocket and 14.1 continuous. These are allplayed on pocket tables. There's another type that is played on a table with nopockets and is called Carom.

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