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What size snooker balls do I need?
Snooker balls are a little different to pool balls in that you can get snooker ball sets in two different sizes. A smaller 2 inch set which is ideal for playing on smaller English tables, and larger 2 1/16 inch ‘full size’ snooker balls for playing on a larger dedicated snooker tables.
How many slates do I need for a full size snooker table?
Small pool tables may use only one or two pieces of slate, while carom, English billiards and tournament-size pool tables use three. Full-size snooker tables require five.
How wide is a 9ft snooker table?
9′ Tables have playing surfaces with a length of 100” | 254 cm, width of 50” | 127 cm, and are set at 29 1/4”-31” | 74.3-78.7 cm high. A 9′ Pool Table has an overall size of 114” x 64” | 290 x 163 cm and a height of 32” | 81.3 cm.
Is the white ball bigger in snooker?
When the cue ball is sunk, it doesn’t go to the same depository. A table can tell the difference in one of two ways: Either the cue ball is slightly larger—usually about 1/8-inch bigger in diameter than the standard 2.25-inch billiard ball—or it’s housing a magnetized center.
How heavy is a pool table slate?
around 450 pounds
For reference, a one-piece slate usually weighs around 450 pounds, according to dkbilliards.com. So you will need all the manpower you can get to remove your pool table’s slates without breaking your back.
What size room do you need for a 9ft pool table?
14 x 18 feet
9 foot table – 14 x 18 feet minimum room size (168″ x 216″)
What is the minimum size room for a snooker table?
Snooker Table Size
|Table Size||Minimum Room Size|
|Full Size 12ft x 6 ft 1.5″ 3.65m x 1.86m Sectional slate bed||22ft x 16ft (6.70m x 4.88m)|
|10ft x 5ft 1.5″ 3.05m x 1.56m Sectional slate bed.||20ft x 15ft ( 6.1m x 4.57m)|
|9ft x 4ft 7.5″ 2.74m x 1.49m Sectional slate bed.||19ft x 14ft (5.79m x 4.26m)|
How heavy is a 4×8 slate pool table?
How heavy is a slate pool table? Depending on the exact size and model, a slate top pool table can weigh between 650 and 1,000 pounds. Their weight is primarily determined by their size and in particular, how many slates they have. Each slate weighs from 150lbs to 250 lbs, and most pool tables have 3 of them.