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10 Jul 2017
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The 3 in 1 Bumper Pool Table


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Posted By Fred M.

Bumper pool tables are distinctive from your average pool table in the dimensions of the table itself. The dimensions of a bumper pool table are typically forty eight by fifty four inches. The dimensions of a regular table are three feet by seven feet, but can vary from table to table.

The game of bumper pool is very different then the game of regular pool because it is a team activity as opposed to regular pool which is an individual sport. Each team is typically given five balls to work with. Bumper pool usually has two to three players participating on each team.

Bumper tables are great to have and all you need is one that will fit in your home. The three in one table can fit in any small corner of your choice without the hassle of trying to cram it in like you would do a rectangle type bumper pool table. The hexagon is also a ding room table to start with so it makes it even easier to place. The three in one is also good for those of you that really like poker.

If you don't want the hassle of paying too much then just buy a regular bumper pool of your choice. These tables are rectangular and some are actually round too, but they look very good for some of the prices that are presented. There is nothing wrong with this table to set it straight it might be even bigger than the three in one by it just being the pool table and not a poker and pool table. There are many pool tables to choose from it is just taking the time to look and figure out what you like and what type of color would go good with your living room, or game area.

Rails are made of a similar structural wood as the body with a body-matching hardwood on the top surface and side apron. The rubber cushions are bonded to the rails to provide the bounce for bank shots and to protect the balls. The pockets are joined to the rails and are installed at the same time. Pockets can be the individual web type or built into the table, as is the case with coin operated tables.

Comments (7)

By Manuel B. on JUL 14 2017 @ 5:21PM

Could make the average game room a little more interesting.

By Dewey W. on JUL 14 2017 @ 4:07PM

I like the idea of getting one that is a combination poker table, that would be awesome.

By Bret H. on JUL 14 2017 @ 11:11AM

Didn't know that this was a game that was meant for teams. Even though you can still play teams on regular pool tables too.

By Scotty B. on JUL 13 2017 @ 9:00PM

Are there pockets on this or just the bumpers?

By Angela W. on JUL 13 2017 @ 8:02PM

Great alternative to regular billiards.

By Kenny O. on JUL 13 2017 @ 10:18AM

Hmm, I wonder if these might fit better in some rooms.

By Sheldon H. on JUL 12 2017 @ 8:04AM

The problem is that even if you get good playing on this, you won't ever find another one out there when you leave your house.

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