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EastPoint Sports 87" Brighton Billiard Table w/ Accessories (Green)

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Walmart.com has EastPoint Sports 87" Brighton Billiard Table w/ Accessories (Green) on sale for $250. Select free store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks couponmit

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  • EastPoint Sports 87" Brighton Billiard Table
  • 2x Wooden Billiard Cue Sticks
  • 1x Set of 16 Billiard Balls
  • 2x Billiard Chalk Cubes
  • 1x Billiard Triangle Rack
  • 1x Table Brush
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This billard table features a ball & claw leg design, scratch-resistant luster-long finish, K-66 rubber bumpers and drop pocket design. Measures 87"L x 50"W x 31"H - Randy71

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Green Only [walmart.com] $250
  • Traditional claw leg billiard table featuring scratch-resistant luster-long finish that resists wear and tear for long life
  • K-66 rubber bumpers provide professional style and yield consistent bounce
  • Traditional parlor style drop pocket design
  • Leg levelers ensure precision play
  • Set includes: 1 billiard table, 2 wooden billiard cue sticks, 1 set of 16 billiard balls, 2 billiard chalk cubes, 1 billiard triangle rack and 1 table brush
  • Dimensions of this gaming table: 87"L x 50"W x 31"H
  • 90-day limited warranty
  • Model# 1-1-32422-DS
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It's a crappy table, but for $250 could be worth it. Just know what you're getting before you buy.

The playing area is 77'' x 39'' (full size table is 100'' x 50'')
And the play field is made of wood (real tables use slate)
This is more a toy for kids than a real pool table... but could make a great starter table for the price
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This table is about 7ft. An official size table is usually 9ft
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Pool tournaments can take place on 9 ft or 7 ft tables. Amateur tournaments tend to take place on either while professional tournaments are mostly on 9 ft. This table is not really worth it. If the table's underside uses wood instead of slate, then the uneveness will greatly affect how the balls roll. The felt will also be of poor quality so the balls won't roll as smoothly or far.

Honestly if you want an ok or decent pool table for cheap, getting one from a bar that's closing and refelting it Simonis 860 would be the best option.
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Hello I don't know much about Billiard tables but is this official size or smaller? Looks smaller to me but again I don't know much it'd be a gift to someone
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Hello I don't know much about Billiard tables but is this official size or smaller? Looks smaller to me but again I don't know much it'd be a gift to someone
This table is about 7ft. An official size table is usually 9ft
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It's a crappy table, but for $250 could be worth it. Just know what you're getting before you buy.

The playing area is 77'' x 39'' (full size table is 100'' x 50'')
And the play field is made of wood (real tables use slate)
This is more a toy for kids than a real pool table... but could make a great starter table for the price
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Hello I don't know much about Billiard tables but is this official size or smaller? Looks smaller to me but again I don't know much it'd be a gift to someone
Hm at the bar they usually go by 7ft or 9ft. I suck so if you get a 9ft table games tend to last longer lol.
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Chances are at this price it is not slate. This would be s great table to buy for your kids. For an adult I would go with a slate table. I have a slate table that's over 40 years old. They are built to last.
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Have one... not slate. Looks awesome... Plays okay. Totally worth the money though.
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Good price. Not sure if I should pull the trigger. The negative reviews are pretty bad and you can't really return such a heavy item. Does anyone have this table? My main concern is that the base might warp as some reviewers pointed out.
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I spent a weekend putting together a similar cheap pool table kit. Assembly was rough and we couldnt get the pool table level in the end. I don't know about you, but even a slight curve on a pool table ruins the experience. I wouldn't recommend taking the risk.
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Pool tournaments can take place on 9 ft or 7 ft tables. Amateur tournaments tend to take place on either while professional tournaments are mostly on 9 ft. This table is not really worth it. If the table's underside uses wood instead of slate, then the uneveness will greatly affect how the balls roll. The felt will also be of poor quality so the balls won't roll as smoothly or far.

Honestly if you want an ok or decent pool table for cheap, getting one from a bar that's closing and refelting it Simonis 860 would be the best option.
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Its not slate and not solid wood. Its particle board with a wood grain looking sticker / cover whatever they call that stuff on kitchen counters. But if it was slate and wood you would need to add a 1 before the 250 at least. It will play quite a bit different than a bar table but will still play.
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Hmm... how to convince my wife that I need this?
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I would suggest look up craiglist if you really want a slate pool table. Quite a few people try to dump their pool table when they move to other location.
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Have one... not slate. Looks awesome... Plays okay. Totally worth the money though.
Hello, how much is your room size? I have a room 13 X 11 ft. Will this be big for that size?
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