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10-25-2010, 04:46 AM

all depends on the table manufacturer and the mechanic that puts it together. Some room owners will "gaff up" a table to trap road players with funky pockets! or to play one pocket on.

There are many threads on AZB about pocket size vs cut and how they take a ball. Basically you can have 2 tables with the same size pocket measured at the points and the tables will play TOTALLY different. The angle AFTER the points, the slate depth, and the undecut of the rails all play into the final pocket drop...

it can be no fun to play on some tables! actually a wedged up table is great for 1P, but can be awful for 9ball and 14.1.

G.


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