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Snooker Table

  • 13-11-2021 9:24am
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    Registered Users Posts: 1 leeds100


    Hi all!

    I recently had my attic converted and was looking at the possibility of putting a snooker or pool table up there. It’s a big space so no issues with a 6 or 7ft table but I’ve been told that the cabinet would not fit up the staircase. I was wondering has anyone else ever come across a similar situation and how did they overcome it? I was also thinking that a 7ft snooker table might come in multiple pieces instead of the one piece slate or MDF bed normally offered up on pool tables. Any advice would be much appreciated, thanks!

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  • Boards.ie Employee Posts: 12,367 ✭✭✭✭✭ Boards.ie: Niamh
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    Moved to a more suitable forum, hopefully you will get some advice here if you haven't already got your snooker table @leeds100 :)



  • Registered Users Posts: 454 ✭✭ RainInSummer


    I bought a house with a 7' pool table in it. Ours is a small spiral staircase that went in after the table went up. It was the pub type one with a coin operated push mechanism (bypassed obviously).

    I got rid of it 18 months ago, other than taking the staircase apart and getting a bunch of lads to lower the slate down all for the sake of a few hundred quid second hand resale I had no real option but to take a sledge hammer to it and take it down piece by piece. That slate weighs an absolute tonne. It was a good inch thick and in one peice!

    So I took a sledge and a circular saw to it and took it down piece by piece. It was the kind of thing that was cool to have in the upstairs bar, but after 5 years here I'd played about 2 games a year and all it was was clutter at that stage.

    You might be at a different stage in your life with kids and mates etc so you may well get the use out of it.

    This yoke has a 3 piece slate and legs that you might be able to detach


    I'd say give the lads a shout and let them do the thinking if they want your money :) They're bound to have a solution for you.



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