Game rooms are more fun when there is wide space available for playing and entertaining your friends. But not everyone has the luxury of an expansive room built just for those purposes. (Here is a room-size guide to help you out.) If you have limited space, you probably forego the idea of buying a pool table and settle for just a dining table. But what if you can bring these tables together? That’s where two-in-one tables are for.
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.