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The Deluxe Foldaway Pool Table is Serious

If you are looking at pool tables for sale with a view to buying, but space is at a premium, then why not consider the deluxe foldaway pool table. These pool tables are available in six and seven foot versions and come in … Continue reading

Xbox One or Pool Table What Do You Think?

Xbox One or pool table, after reading this blog what do you think? After a quick search on Amazon I can see that the new Xbox One with a game retails at approximately £449.00. Add to this that certain games … Continue reading

Wembley F.C gets Budweiser Pool Table Recovering Makeover

Here at simply pool and snooker we offer a pool table recovering service. This can be in any cloth of your choice and corporate or personalised logo cloth is available by special request. Wembley football club have recently been involved … Continue reading

The Bridge (how to hold a snooker table cue correctly)

When I am on my travels carrying out a snooker table recovering I often have to wait for the players on the snooker table to finish their game before I can start my work. Sometimes, these games seem to go on forever, … Continue reading

Pool Table Recovering Kent (New Romney)

Simply pool and snooker provide a pool table recovering service in Kent and surrounding areas. Once you have made the initial enquiry and decided on what cloth and colour you would like you can feel rest assured that the job … Continue reading

Pool Table Hire Kent

Early this week I had a call from a students hall of residence asking to hire a pool table on a long term contract. They were opening in two days time and worried that they wouldn’t get a pool table … Continue reading

Recovering in Blue

Here at simply pool and snooker we supply an excellent pool table recovering service. Last week a customer asked if we could carry out a pool table recover in blue cloth. We also supply various colours and logo cloths are … Continue reading

How to Grip a Snooker Cue

The grip is easy. Pick up the cue a few inches from the butt end as if you were going to use it as a club. Relax the tension in your hand. The cue should rest lightly, held just firmly … Continue reading

The Stance

The reason the stance is so important is that at the moment of playing the shot the body should be absolutely still, with the exception of the right forearm (assuming you are right-handed). To be still you must be steady … Continue reading

Cueing Action (part 3)

The key to success for some curious reason, run-of-the mill and even quite good snooker players do not have a similar obsession with their cueing action.  They worry about potting angles and gaining position. They strive to gain cue control … Continue reading