8 Ball Pool Table

8 Ball Pool Table

Imported 8 Ball Pool Table Description

Scratch-resistant, Covered with Formica in Matt - Polished Rose Wood – finished

Imported Pool Table.Heavy-Duty Metal corners, legs adjustable & leg levelers.

Imported Taiwan Rubber Cushion, professional top grade high speed cloth.

Best Quality CNC Machine Leveled Slates.

Imported Pool Table Available in 9ft x 4.5ft, 8ft x 4ft 7ft x 3.5ft, 6ft x 3ft.

List of Accessories with Imported Pool Table :  

1. One Pool Ball set (16 Ball)

2. Four Pcs of ash wood Pool Cues

3. One Pool Table dust cover

4. One cue Stand capacity of 6 cues

5. One Pool Triangle 

6. One Table Brush

7. Two Fancy Light shade

8. 12 Pcs of Pool Cues Chalk

9. 12 Pcs of Pool Cues Tips.

Q: What is an 8 ball pool table?

A: An 8 ball pool table is a specialized table used for playing the game of 8-ball pool. It features a flat surface covered with a felt-like cloth, pockets at each corner and along the sides, and a set of numbered balls used in the game.

Q: What are the dimensions of an 8 ball pool table?

A: Standard 8 ball pool tables typically have dimensions of approximately 4 feet (width) x 8 feet (length). However, there are variations in sizes, such as smaller bar-style tables and larger tournament-style tables.

Q: What are the components of an 8 ball pool table?

A: An 8 ball pool table consists of the playing surface covered with cloth, six pockets (four corner pockets and two side pockets), a set of 16 balls (15 numbered balls and one cue ball), rails along the edges, and sometimes a leveling mechanism.

Q: How do I set up the balls for an 8-ball game?

A: Arrange the 15 numbered balls in a triangle formation with the apex ball on the foot spot (marked spot at the center of the table's foot rail). The balls should be placed in a specific order: the solid-colored balls (1-7) in no particular order, and the striped balls (9-15) in the remaining positions. The 8-ball goes in the center of the triangle.

Q: What's the objective of 8-ball pool?

A: The goal of 8-ball pool is to legally pocket all the balls in your designated group (solids or stripes) and then pocket the 8-ball to win the game. However, you must avoid pocketing the 8-ball prematurely or scratching (sending the cue ball into a pocket) while shooting.

Q: How is an 8-ball game won?

A: To win an 8-ball game, you must legally pocket all the balls in your designated group (solids or stripes), then legally pocket the 8-ball in a called pocket after all your group's balls have been cleared. Pocketing the 8-ball before clearing your group or scratching on the 8-ball shot results in a loss.

Q: What are some common rules of 8-ball pool?

A: Rules can vary, but common rules include calling your shots (declaring which ball you intend to sink), taking turns, shooting the cue ball from behind the headstring after the break, and avoiding fouls (like not hitting any ball or pocketing the cue ball). If your opponent commits a foul, you might get ball-in-hand, allowing you to place the cue ball anywhere on the table for your next shot.

Q: Can I play 8-ball pool on any table?

A: While you can play a version of 8-ball on most pool tables, it's best to play on a table specifically designed for the game. Standard pool tables have different pocket sizes and configurations, which can affect the gameplay and strategy of 8-ball.

Q: What's the difference between 8-ball and other pool games?

A: There are various pool games, each with unique rules and objectives. 8-ball is popular due to its balanced mix of strategy and skill. Games like 9-ball, straight pool, and snooker have different rules and gameplay dynamics.

Q: How do I take care of an 8 ball pool table?

A: To maintain your 8 ball pool table, regularly brush the cloth to remove dust and chalk buildup, keep the pockets clean, and ensure the table is level. Avoid spilling liquids, and cover the table when not in use to prevent damage.

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