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What's the Name of the Billiards in Mo. - 07-16-2017, 02:03 PM

I was thinking about the Brunswick Kleing tables near St. Louis.


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Question Kling - 07-18-2017, 11:03 AM

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I was thinking about the Brunswick Kleing tables near St. Louis.
Are you thinking of Rayton Rec? That's in KansasCity. They have one 5x10' Kling pool table. They call it "Big Bertha". There is a place in St.Louis,SaratogaLanes, that has some old Brunswicks but they're Anniversaries not Klings. Very cool place. 100yrs old and still goin.

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Are you thinking of Rayton Rec? That's in KansasCity. They have one 5x10' Kling pool table. They call it "Big Bertha". There is a place in St.Louis,SaratogaLanes, that has some old Brunswicks but they're Anniversaries not Klings. Very cool place. 100yrs old and still goin.
No, I thought someone told me about a billiard shop with 120 year old Klings. Which was about 100 miles from St. Louis.


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