...is it epic, or do you get sick of it after awhile?
Got rid of it. Also got rid of the shuffleboard table.
Sometimes they get get covered in laundry.
opieandjimmy - Darts or fuck your motherStill have the dart board.
opieandjimmy - Darts or fuck your mother
My mother's in a coma.
472CKL - dome hockey or foosball
Powdered Toast Man -opieandjimmy - Darts or fuck your mother
My mother's in a coma.
Even easier than usual then?
I forget that it's there for weeks even months at a time.
Every once in a while I get back into then lose interest after a while.
I've had one for 5 years, came with the house. It's pretty awesome, I found myself using it all the time for the first 4 years.
It also has a ping pong top, which my kids prefer, so it's been covered with that top for the past year. It's too much of a pain in the ass to change it often, so I've just left it on. Gonna switch it back soon, I miss shooting pool.
If you have a big house, It's cool.
I would not like having one in a small house.
You mean one of them fancy eatin tables with pot passers and meat stabbers?
I rented out a house with 3 friends when I was in my early twenties and we had a pool table. We would party 4-5 times a week and the table had hundreds of stains of all sorts on it by the end of our time there. But I would play on it every damn day and I became fairly decent at pool, and will 100% buy a table when I have the space for one.
My brother's had one for years. We used to play all the time when I'd go over and see him, but I don't go there anymore and has it covered it all sorts of papers and other shit for four-five years now.
Had one in our house throughout middle school and high school. It was pretty cool.
My dad shot league, so he used it quite a bit. He'd have company over and they'd hang out and shoot pool, I'd have friends over after school pretty often to shoot pool, my dad and I would shoot some games...
I wouldn't say it was "epic" but yeah it was pretty damn cool. Definitely saw regular use.
If you get one, get it re-felted with the high quality/competition felt. It's smooth as butter.
Didn't work out too good for Fred Sanford.
I had one for a while, with superfast Simonis cloth, new rails, shimmed pockets, but it was only an 8ft table. It was a Brunswick with the same top as the Gold Crown, but was a different model. It was great. Moving was a bitch. It's not easy to find a good table mechanic. There was only one guy in Arizona able to do that level of work.
Id say a pool table and a couple arcade games in a room that arent your garage, or a boat you dont live on, are signs you made it in life.
Fahqhard -Mine is covered with gis, sparring gear, and mail/magazines.BJTT-Frank Rizzo - Sometimes they get get covered in laundry.This.. aftet awhile it becomes a table top..
I used to play every weekend when I had friends over and we were drinking. I'm at 2 years no booze and think I've played on my table maybe 20x tops in these past 2 years and probably not once in the last 9 months.
I have darts and Pool table. I only play either when I have friends over for drinks.
I have a $6000 Diamond Pro Am table and play 5 nights a week. I do tournaments and leagues so it's what I'm into.