|The History of Billiards, Pool & Other Cue SportsOne of permières questions that arose on the acquisition of a pool is that of implementation and the necessary surface. The basic principle is to add 90 to 120 cm around the pool, based on cues that will be used.
The presence of obstacles such as pillars, sections of wall, fireplace, wall cabinets in your game room can often be circumvented by the use of shorter tails of 1.10 m or 1.20 m. Furniture not exceeding 0.80 m in height do not hinder the game.
Regarding the size of the pool, there is no regulatory dimension: a rule for billiards Americian wants the interior length pool game shall correspond to twice the width. The playing surface is thus a perfect double square.
To help you define the layout of your pool, we offer an animation that allows you to view live your future pool in its environment and to find the best solution.
One of permières questions that arose on the acquisition of a pool is that of implementation and the necessary surface. The basic principle is to add 90 to 120 cm around the pool, based on cues that will be used.
|The size of the room will depend on the size of the pool and the length of the queues you will use. The diagram below presents against the basic rules of implantation.|
|The lighting, essential for good quality games should be positioned approximately 80 cm above the game plan in order not to create shade.
To facilitate your calculations, we provide a summary table of the size of the room depending on the size of your pool and the length of queues used.
For further information, please contact us.
|If you are lucky enough to own a snooker, the principle is the same: By adding about 120 cm on each side of snooker, you should have enough space.|
This gives a 671cm x 489cm surface for a 12ft, 610cm x 457cm for 10ft, 580cm x 442cm and 549cm for a 9ft x 427cm for snooker 8ft.