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ae schmodt pro 8 atlas - 12-30-2019, 07:17 AM

I posted this on the table review section but got no responses.
Anyone have this table, and if so how does it play. I know the pockets
are smaller than my current table which has buckets for pockets and
even at age 73 plays too easy. Any guidance on this table would be helpful
  
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12-30-2019, 09:10 AM

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I posted this on the table review section but got no responses.
Anyone have this table, and if so how does it play. I know the pockets
are smaller than my current table which has buckets for pockets and
even at age 73 plays too easy. Any guidance on this table would be helpful
Have played on few AES tables and they all appear to be well built and play fine. As for pocket size i'm guessing here but corners are probably 4.75" and 5.25 sides.
  
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12-30-2019, 12:04 PM

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Have played on few AES tables and they all appear to be well built and play fine. As for pocket size i'm guessing here but corners are probably 4.75" and 5.25 sides.
You are correct
  
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12-30-2019, 12:30 PM

That is what billy won all the money on
at the COTTON BOWLING PALACE only 60 years ago

no table is easy,and few are not too hard
  
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12-30-2019, 02:36 PM

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That is what billy won all the money on
at the COTTON BOWLING PALACE only 60 years ago

no table is easy,and few are not too hard
Easy is relative. I played for years on a 1926 Brunswick regina
and it was a tough table. Could not fit in new house so went with an 8 foot with bucket pockets. Not as challenging as it used to be.
Should have checked the pockets more carefully but was in the process of
moving and I rushed it. I know many shots that drop would not drop
on the 9 foot Brunswick. I know both players play on the same table but
with 73 year old eye sight I should not still have 30 ball runs
  
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