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Billiards board

Play billiards and brainstorm
 
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OK, this may be one of the lamer ideas, but how about a pool table with no felt? There'd just be slate and you could write on it. And with a pool table costing muchos pesos, the $.05 you save on felt would really help out, making them much more affordable for the rest of us. I think this one's a winner, fer sher.
mexchiwa, Apr 01 2004

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eyeguy, Apr 06 2004
  

       I like this. You could chalk out your intended shot and see how it differs from the reality.
stupop, Apr 06 2004
  

       //the $.05 you save on felt would really help out// It costs around $350.00 US to get decent felt installed on a table. Without it, you essentially have a dinner table with rails and holes.
//You could chalk out your intended shot// players and instructors do that already, directly on the felt, using the blue 'tip-chalk' to gently draw a thick line. [-] but this does give me an idea . . .
contracts, Nov 11 2004
  

       //you essentially have a dinner table with rails and holes.//
A slate-topped dinner table, but still a dinner table.
angel, Nov 11 2004
  
      
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