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Thread: Canadian Snooker Table: CanadaBilliards or Olhausen?

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    Default Canadian Snooker Table: CanadaBilliards or Olhausen?

    I know this is primarily a UK site, but I'm sure a lot of people are either in NA or have an opinion.

    After much debate with SWMBO, we have decided on a 5x10 snooker table. A 6x12 would have had 46" on each side and 50" at each end, with unlimited side clearance from the blue down to

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    Hello there. I have been playing snooker on and off for 30 years, and I recently returned to Canada from abroad and purchased a Canada Billiards Supre

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    Another thing I should add about the Canada Billiard table, is that I had to pay extra to have the table made without sights on the rails. If you don'

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    Default Canadian Snooker Table: CanadaBilliards or Olhausen?

    "sights on the rails"
    can you explain this please
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    Sorry, perhaps that was not the correct choice of words. I just meant the three diamonds or dot marks that are
    embedded in the surface of the wo

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    That's interesting. I've never played on an English table that has them. The old Brunswick tables I played on as a teenager had them,
    but I thi

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    Hi Dean. I agree, that "sights" seems strange. I've always wondered, "How do you use these to 'sight up' a shot, anyways?" To me,
    the only point

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