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Size of table 44x88 playing surface - 10-03-2019, 07:21 PM

is it an 8 foot or oversize 8?
  
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10-03-2019, 07:24 PM

Regular 8 foot. Pretty sure my 8 foot "plus" or "pro" Anniversary is 46x92.

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10-03-2019, 07:24 PM

44 X 88 is considered an 8 ft. An oversized 8 is 46 X 92. Also called a pro 8.
  
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10-03-2019, 08:23 PM

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Regular 8 foot. Pretty sure my 8 foot "plus" or "pro" Anniversary is 46x92.
Yes sir, donít think Anniversaries were ever produced in the 44 X 88 size.
  
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10-03-2019, 09:57 PM

i was considering another antique table,not an anniversary


i only wanted an oversize 8 and his was 44x88 and i did not know if that was oversize or not

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10-04-2019, 05:56 AM

Hey Guys, must have misspoke when giving Dean measurements my table is 46"x92" nose to nose Antique Brunswick

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10-04-2019, 06:38 AM

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Hey Guys, must have misspoke when giving Dean measurements my table is 46"x92" nose to nose Antique Brunswick

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Very nice table!

I think I might of been wrong in a previous post where I stated that the Anniversary was only available in 46 X 92 for the 8 foot version. The link below states that the 8 foot Anniversaries were actually 44 X 88. I knew they were kinda rare, but didn't know they were that small. If someone could measure their 8 foot Anniversary from nose to nose and confirm this that would be great. Thanks!


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10-04-2019, 07:20 AM

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Hey Guys, must have misspoke when giving Dean measurements my table is 46"x92" nose to nose Antique Brunswick

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Yes but that picture isn't your table is it??


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10-04-2019, 09:06 AM

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is it an 8 foot or oversize 8?
Standard 8'. See:

Standard Pool Table Dimensions and Required Room Sizes

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10-04-2019, 10:18 AM

if size matters, shopping size?
getting the most to kick up your game a notch or 2, with less?

..more fun
42 x 102 nose to nose could be labeled, technically, affectionally a bastard,
modified 9 will do.

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Dean, you get the colored I took the black, I go first, lag 2 cushions in-play from any
where's in the shadow of black ball. In play is any where between the closest ball to
the center of the table, there is a line there, so,

here we go...

oh'!, your pockets are the three bottom right, mine, the top 3 left
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10-04-2019, 10:37 AM

Yes this is my table and it measures out at 92" and the link posted here shows it is a 8 pro/8+ not standard 8, please read your own links posted before you say its standard Thanks

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10-04-2019, 11:49 AM

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Yes this is my table and it measures out at 92" and the link posted here shows it is a 8 pro/8+ not standard 8, please read your own links posted before you say its standard Thanks

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I'm confused, in this post you say- "pic is attached of one on ebay for $20,000" https://forums.azbilliards.com/showt...61#post6486061 Thank you.


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10-04-2019, 02:24 PM

That pic is just to show what some want for the table that's not mine all the other pics are of my table i think in better shape, do you want to buy it, $2500

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10-04-2019, 06:39 PM

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Yes sir, don’t think Anniversaries were ever produced in the 44 X 88 size.
Brunswick's website lists a 8 "home" "option" at 44X88 for the Anniversary when looking though the archives. Assume that's accurate but just going by the info there for reference.

But in response to a later post, my 8 foot "pro" Anniversary is 46X92. So it had both, per Brunswick.

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10-04-2019, 07:11 PM

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Brunswick's website lists a 8 "home" "option" at 44X88 for the Anniversary when looking though the archives. Assume that's accurate but just going by the info there for reference.

But in response to a later post, my 8 foot "pro" Anniversary is 46X92. So it had both, per Brunswick.
Thanks for measuring your table. I checked the archives and never found a pro 8 footer (46 X 92) listed as an option for the Anniversary. I could of overlooked it though. The pro option for all models was just listed as the 9 footer. I look at tables for sale quite a bit and from memory it seems that all the 8 foot Anniversary and Centennials that I see are advertised as 8 foot pro (46 X 92), which makes me think the info on the Brunswick site could possibly be wrong. You measured yours at 46 X 92 so we know for sure the pro was offered in the 8 ft version.
  
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