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Thread: What to chose, 4 New Aristocrat for my club and Hainsworth Precision or No10 Strachan

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    Default What to chose, 4 New Aristocrat for my club and Hainsworth Precision or No10 Strachan

    Hi

    Need some help on table an cloth selection.
    I'm in the process of getting a 4 new snooker table for my club in Thailand. It is a private club.
    After discussion between snooker committee, we decide to get Riley Aristocrat instead of Star table.

    Should w

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    Looks a superb set up , and a great decision to chose Riley’s over Star .

    Hopefully one of the members on here can advise you .

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    Very nice club.

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    Hainsworth Match all the way. (it plays as fast as the precision)
    No 10 only lasts 3 months before it needs to be restretched and slows down.

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    Aristocrats are much better tables than Stars, so great choice there. No 10 cloths are terrific to play on but do slow down considerably within 3 mont

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