Pool Industry Inspiration, History and Ideas

As pool enthusiasts, we know that you do not just play, but you are also eager to learn more about the sport. There is always something exciting about pool, and we cover them in great detail in the Quedos blog. For instance, The History of the Pool Cue gives you a comprehensive overview of how pool cue sticks evolved from maces to what they look like today. We have also written about The History of Billiard and Pool Balls from pool being a favourite sport of noblemen to how the balls changed over time.

Perhaps you are looking to purchase not just any pool table, but THE best one out there. This guide is the only guide you will ever need. It tackles your options based on size, price, material, and other considerations. This post discusses the differences between American, British, and Australian pool tables. Knowing how they are dissimilar and what makes them unique is key to purchasing the right table for you.

Now that you have a pool table, the next step is to improve your skills. This whole page gives you the finest tips and strategies to work your way to the top.

Games rooms are the perfect place to kick back and relax with friends and family while indulging in some friendly competition. Having a well-designed games room can make all the difference, whether you’re a die-hard gamer or simply enjoy spending quality time with your loved one.

Quedos, a billiard table manufacturer based in Australia, is known for their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. Recently, the company had the opportunity to showcase their skills by completing a custom project for a satisfied customer. This project was a great opportunity for Quedos to demonstrate their ability to execute a custom project with skill and precision. The customer, requested specific etchings on each of the six cushions of their billiard table.

If you’re planning to buy a pool table, one vital factor to consider is the size. Pool tables come in various sizes, and your choice may depend on your preferred type of play. However, before deciding, you should first know your own playing space, which is where you will keep the pool table.

Have you ever seen a snooker game and wondered what all the fuss was about? The game’s object is to score more points than your opponent by potting the balls into the pockets: red or black. Each red ball is worth one point, and each black ball is worth a different number of points depending on its position on the table. But all this is dependent on the table in use.

On the surface, snooker is a simple table game where you strike the white cue ball using a cue stick to hit the object ball, causing it to fall into the pocket. In reality, though, it is tough to master. Snooker is similar to billiards or pool but has its own rules. The first-ever snooker players were British Army officers back in the 19th century. While stationed in India, they played on a snooker table with a total of 22 balls; one served as the cue ball, 15 were red, and the remaining six were of different colours.

Many people enjoy playing pool. If you are among them, you probably go to pool halls for an hour or so to play with your friends. But isn’t it better when you have your pool table in your own home? You can play whenever you want for hours. You can use that time to improve your skill or entertain your guests during special gatherings.

Are you an experienced pool player or a total novice? Whichever you are, you surely want to win the game, whether it is an eight- or nine-ball. The feeling of getting the billiard balls into the pockets is incomparable. But to play billiards like a pro, you need a few things first.

If you decide to stop by your local bar or pool hall to play an hour of pool/billiards/snooker, you would most likely settle for using whatever equipment the facility is making available. That’s fine if you fancy yourself as being a recreational player. If by chance you wish to up your pool/billiards/snooker game, you might want to consider buying your cue.