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post #31 of 49
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That will be nice, I definately would like to see pictures of that.
post #32 of 49
Brad,

Its an 8 foot table.
post #33 of 49
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Thats definately nice to I cant wait till mine comes.
post #34 of 49
Good luck on your table, I am sure you will get years of enjoyment out of it and definately let us know how it works out!
post #35 of 49
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I will, I got it at a great price, and it came with a free spectator chair.
post #36 of 49
nice dude! You will surely enjoy it.
I have a cool tournament set up for 6 players. If you are interested. It allows for all skill levels to play.
Let me know and I can email you the seatings chart and the directions.
post #37 of 49
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Yea I am definately interested in any games that people create.
post #38 of 49
Enjoy your table..... they are a lot of fun I have had this one for 9 years and I never get tired of it.

Olhausen 8 foot table in a 18x14 foot room. Plenty of room for the 58 inch cue sticks.


Bob
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post #39 of 49
We just got a pool table a couple months ago. It's eight feet. We have hardly used it yet though.


post #40 of 49
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We just got a pool table a couple months ago. It's eight feet. We have hardly used it yet though.

Now THAT is something that I would LOVE to have. I really like the natural light thing. Granted not good for plasma, but.....

What do you have on tap?

Nice set up tidal!
post #41 of 49
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That really is a nice table. I will take pictures of my room and post it Friday after my table comes. How Wide is your room?
post #42 of 49
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Originally Posted by buckrogers71 View Post

Now THAT is something that I would LOVE to have. I really like the natural light thing. Granted not good for plasma, but.....

What do you have on tap?

Nice set up tidal!

Thanks, we just moved into the house and I haven't bought a keg yet. I think my first beer will be Blue Moon. Just to have something different. I usually just buy a keg of Miller Lite or Bud Light!
post #43 of 49
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That really is a nice table. I will take pictures of my room and post it Friday after my table comes. How Wide is your room?

I think the room is 20x20, or close to that.
post #44 of 49
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Thanks, we just moved into the house and I haven't bought a keg yet. I think my first beer will be Blue Moon. Just to have something different. I usually just buy a keg of Miller Lite or Bud Light!

Make sure you have plenty of orange slices for it. Thats the one beer I havent had on tap at my house.
post #45 of 49
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Make sure you have plenty of orange slices for it. Thats the one beer I havent had on tap at my house.

Yes, the oranges slices make it taste even better! I've never had it on tap either, so I figured might as will try it out. I tastes great out of a bottle, should be better out of a keg.
post #46 of 49
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Got my table today, the Olhausen Americana and I love it, trust me when I say that the room dimensions are fine, I did not use a short cue once 13ft is fine, when its close you just have to lift the cue up and you are fine.
post #47 of 49
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Originally Posted by Bradp56 View Post

I am finishing a room and it will be 13foot 1 by 16foot whatever because the length will be open ended, I will be fine for a 7 foot table but I was curious if anyone had any experience would it be possible to get an 8 foot table?

Thanks.

I have a room 12x15 and got a 7' Brunswick Highlander in Oak and use 52" cues and it's great. If you have an extra foot in each dimension beyond my room, as long as you're not much taller than 6', 52" cues are absolutely fine for shooting and you can probably just fit an 8' table. Tape out the size of the table on the floor, buy a cheap 52" cue and see how it feels. If you lay the cue on the ground with the butt of the cue touching the wall, as long as the tip of the cue isn't overlapping the playing surface, you're in good shape. You'll also get a feel for the 52" cue and know if you're too tall for it. Remember, when the cue ball is on the wall, you're almost always going to slightly elevate your cue anyway, so it'll buy you a few inches to draw the cue back.
post #48 of 49
Nice setup
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Just bought an 8 ft Olhausen "Americana" table. 19 x 15 room. Love this table, it's a beauty.[IMG
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