You mean like whether or not a cue was actually made by the person said to be the maker?I don't know why these people setting records are hesitant to provide the "actual" measurements, specifications, and dimensions of the tables that the records are set on.
Are they trade secrets like the recipes for Coke and KFC?
Now, the reason the true measurements of the pockets haven't been revealed falls on Bobby, and his perception of the truth, and the reality of the truth. This is a table set up for one purpose, and one purpose only, to break the high run record by giving any player willing to give it a try the BEST POSSIBLE ODDS made available by the table, the rest is up to the player! The truth is John Schmidt was the target, not the high run record, they just happen to be one and the same!!!
Exactly.all these arguments whether right or wrong, needless or not, go away if we have a standard size pocket, shelf, and angle for all pro events.
then homeowners can make their own pockets whatever size they want and same with pool rooms but we will all know what is regulation.
we have a regulation size and weight for the balls and that doesnt change based on what record or game of pool we play.
Glen, enough is enough - get over it! I share your feelings regarding this table’s marginal pockets, but at some point you’ve just got to move on.The simplest answer about the pocket size on this high run GC3 can only be answered truthfully and accurately by measuring the pockets in the same way any other pockets are measured, either by placing 2 balls in the pocket opening, splitting the balls on the tanget line between the points of the pocket opening, balls froze against the facings exposing the gap between the balls, then measuring that gap and adding it to the 4 1/2" width of the balls, OR by placing the ends of the legs of an adjustable protractor with both legs touching right at both points of the pocket opening, then placing the protractor on a scale/ruler and measuring the distance between the two legs of the protractor, the latter is how I measure pockets, because I then take the protractor and compare the measurement of the first pocket, to the 3 remaining corner pockets in order to insure uniformity. Once the mouth of the pocket has been established, I then use an angle finder gage to copy the miter angle into the throat of the pocket based on the straight line reading from the cushions, then angled back into the pocket. The reason I use an angle finder gage is because its much bigger than most adjustable toy protractors i see table mechanics using all the time. So, once the angle finder gage has been used to mimic the miter angle, then use your adjustable protractor to check the miter angle of the angle gage and you'll have an accurate measurement.
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Shane and Earl almost broke it. Not even close!This is a table set up for one purpose, and one purpose only, to break the high run record by giving any player willing to give it a try the BEST POSSIBLE ODDS made available by the table, the rest is up to the player!
Sorry for being a mole, but I really did chuckle at the absurd post that you made.Another mole, lol.