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How to select a good pool billiard table

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Published on Oct 7, 2011

Presented by All Table Sports Australia - Australian Goldfields Open tables fitter (http://www.alltablesports.com.au ).
Commentator: Mr. Ben Nunan -- Australia and Oceania 8 ball and 9 ball champion.

To buy a pool table is a considerable home or business improvement investment, therefore, without a relevant knowledge, you might hit disappointment by:
(A) A sales man -- just want you put a down payment,
(B) A private seller - sell their unwanted or unhappy item
(C) Some public auction site- a good place to dump problems.

The reason to buy a pool table is you want to play and you want enjoy the game which you spent money on it, if you brought a pool table that is:
a) Dead rubber -- cushion no bounce, how do you know if you didn't test it before you buy that? How to judge the dead rubber?
b) Wrong cloth- this is the most common things has been seen in the market from 2nd table or auction site, what are you going to do? Keeping playing on it or re cloth it? Re cloth is not cheap, sometimes might cost more than your table.
c) Pockets size at standard: Do you want play on a table which every pocket at a different size and sharp? Sounds impossible, but watch out please, there is at least 50% tables on market had such problems.
d) Does the table you want to buy deserve to last longer enough to your expect time?
e) Does the table you want to buy have good resale value?

To buy with your knowledge will lead you to buy with confidence. Avoid mistake which cause you're uncomfortable argument.

Enjoy your game.

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