You can play spots and stripes, pool, reds and yellows, billiards, snooker
No, they are different games, though you can use the same table.
a pool table has balls but billard table has balls to play i would reccommed the pool table
Yes. To be a regulation table it must be slate. To be sure you have a consistent playing surface that is similar to that of a regulation table, it must be slate. A pool table can have a different surface but it should not be expected to be idenitical in play as a slate table.
A hockey table is my opinion.I'd have to say a pool table. Unlike hockey or football, you don't need 2 people to play pool.
Often times in a tournament, pool play is a set number of games before you get to "elimination play." Each team is guaranteed the same number of pool play games. For many tournaments your performance/record in pool play determines where you get bracketed for elimination play. Sometimes pool play has different time limit rules than bracket play. As a coach, it is certainly something you need to be aware of.
One can play Mini Pool 3 on Free Online Games or Play Free Flash Games, or Mini Pool 3, B2Gaming, Small Games, or Y9 Games. Alternatively you can go to Facebook to play it.
There are many different types of free games to play on Yahoo including baseball, bowling, pool or poker. There are also different mulitplayer action games or even chess.
The major reason people have their own pool table is to be able to play the game at their leisure. Having your own pool table is the most efficient, and in the long run the cheapest, way to practice.
go tot he dj club then click on the pool table