There are no pool table markings except the foot spot dot. It is called the rack spot by some people.
If there is no mark on the rails, the table is not marked. It is possible that there are markings or tags that can be found when you take the table apart, but this is not likely. Many pool tables are not marked by the manufacturer.
You don't. There are no markings that should be on the rails or cushions of a pool table. If you make a mark during a game, it can be a foul.
alot of dirty black people
It is a pocket billiards table, but during the 1920's men would "pool" their money for betting, hence the name pool table came to use. The common term used today is "pool table".
On most tables it is on the head rail. On many tables, it is provided on the side of the table. Typicaly, there are no marking by the manufacturer inside the table, but some have markings.
There is no overhang of a pool table that has a name. The rail cushions overhang the surface, but this is a part of the table and is not referred to as overhang.
The playing surface of a good quality snooker table has a bed of slate so it is called a slate bed pool table.
No, if a pool table is not configured as a 6 pocket pool table it is not a pool table today.
I do not own a pool table.
a pool table has balls but billard table has balls to play i would reccommed the pool table