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When buying a Pool/Snooker table it is important to check the size of the room to
see if your intended table will fit to include an allowance all
round for cueing. If a table is too large for
the room you may not enjoy playing on it.
A good idea is to draw a plan of the room and measure it at
the nearest points to where your table is intended to stand. Do
not measure into bay windows or to the recesses of a fireplace.
All large furniture should be outside the measurements.
Positioning a table diagonally in a room is not a
good option, as the corner pockets are brought closer to
Below you will find a guide for the room sizes for
different sized Pool/Snooker tables.
The minimum room size measurements allow for normal
shots to taken with a standard length cue. Awkward long
shots, or shots hard against the cushion will require
Minimum Room Size
14' x 11' (4.2m x 3.4m)
15' x 12'6" (4.6m x 3.8m)
17' x 13' (5.2m x 4m)
18' x 14' (5.5m x 4.2m)
20' x 15' (6m x 4.6m)
22' x 16' (6.7m x 4.9m)
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Just to let you know the soccer table is all put together and hiding in the
garage. My husband (who is ultra fussy about these things) said how impressed he
was with the instructions and the way all the components were not only there but
also so well labelled! Many thanks.
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