Billiards Tables. New or used, Large or small. Which do you prefer?
Are you looking for a nice pool table?
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The first and possibly the most important thing to think about is how much space you have.
Playing pool comfortably on a 9 foot table requires a large room. Most people do not realize how much space it actually takes to lay comfortably on the large 9 foot tables.
Many people have a small area in there basement or garage. This is usually good for a 7 foot bar table. Even the 7 foot tables require a large room.
I have seen a few tables over the years that are 3 foot by 6 foot. If your space only allows for a 6 foot pool table, I would say it's better than no pool tables but the 6 foot table is pretty cramped up for playing area.
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