Question by  ian (27)

What is a regulation size pool table?


Answer by  smiley (36)

A regulation size pool table is a 9 by 4. 5 foot playing surface used for the sport of billiards. This is the type of pool table that is used in all professional billiard sporting events. All pool tables are twice as long as they are wide, this provides a geometrical consistency among all different sized pool tables.


Answer by  pablo92 (44)

The standard for regulation pool tables is nine feet by four and a half feet. These are what the majority of all billiards and pool tournaments are played on throughout the sport. Other common sizes are seven feet by three and a half feet and eight feet by four feet.


Answer by  StarGal (74)

A regulation size pool table is 4 1/2 foot by 9 foot. The basic rule is that the length of the table has to be twice the width. This is what is required for competition playing.


Answer by  HelpfulAndy (1107)

There are a number of regulation sizes. For pub style pool it's seven feet by four feet. However some people use six foot by three foot tables.


Answer by  keke (335)

A regualtion size pool table is usualy around 4 1/2 ft by 9ft that is the usual size of a pool table. or you can have 7ft by 4ft the regulation size of a pool table does usualy varie depending on what country you are in every where is different

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