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    Can you clarify what you mean by ‘can’t alter the templates’? I had mine made about 3/4 inch tighter - a very noticeable difference, they were buckets

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    Sorry, I was hasty with my language.

    I mean if you get a table set up to tournament template with steel blocks you 'shouldn't' alter the

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    Sorry to ask such a basic question but what is the approximate difference in size between a tournament set up and the 'average' club table?

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    It's night and day, it really is... Whatever anyone tells you or the bewildered on here might say... Those tables on the Telly are super tough and if

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    That's excellent advice pottr, thank you. I would give my right arm to make a century break. I'll definitely opt for a 'club' size pocket. I'd love to

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    Ive gone for tournament size on my table at home.

    Its not set up at the moment but should be up in the next couple of weeks fingers cross

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    I think for me personally I'd just find it too difficult and frustrating. It may be counter intuitive but I'd probably prefer to get a sound enough te

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    Hi chaps,

    My buddy decided to go with Geoff Large and currently has an add live on his website if anyone is interested in selling there t

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