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Regular Pool Table - Standard Pool Table

Regular Pool Table - Standard Pool Table

Regular Pool Table

A regular pool table, also known as a billiards table, is a rectangular table used for playing various cue sports, primarily pool. It typically has a felt-covered playing surface, usually made of a type of cloth called baize, and is bounded by cushions or rails made of rubber. The dimensions of a regular pool table can vary, but the most common size is the 8-foot table, which measures approximately 8 feet in length by 4 feet in width.

The playing surface of a pool table is divided into several numbered pockets, usually six, one at each corner and one in the middle of each long side. The pockets are usually made of rubber or synthetic materials and are designed to catch and hold the balls when they are pocketed.

The game of pool is played with a set of numbered balls, typically numbered from 1 to 15. The objective of the game varies depending on the specific game being played, but it generally involves using a cue stick to strike the cue ball and pot the object balls into the pockets.

Pool tables can be found in various venues, such as bars, pool halls, recreational centers, and even some homes. They come in different styles and designs, and the level of quality and craftsmanship can vary. Professional tournaments often use high-quality, regulation-sized pool tables to ensure fairness and consistency in the game.

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