Hello everyone! In an earlier post that I made in the past, I show the rules and the proper behavior of what to do and how to act in a pool hall or whatever establishments that has pool tables or any form of gaming that’s open to the public for people to use and to enjoy themselves.
Well, I was in a family fun center called Round One Entertainment that has not only pool tables, but a bowling alley, ping-pong tables, darts, karaoke and arcade machines. What stood out to me was a sign about these rules where it reminded me of that earlier post and took a picture of those rules that you can see above. This would be a revised version of the earlier post which goes into more detail.
I know that the image is difficult to read. I have provided what the rules state from left to right:
- Do not Eat or Drink on the Tables.
- Keep Food and Beverages on the tables provided. Spills cause damage which result in charges that may require the customer to pay.
- Respect Other Players.
- No Hustling: Stand away from the table when others are shooting. Don’t talk loud, yell, or disturb other players. Avoid unsolicited “coaching”.
- Do Not Sit on the tables.
- Doing so can throw the billiard table out of balance, cause the rails to loosen, and scratch the finish. Use the mechanical bridge for any shot you cannot play from a standing position.
- Keep One Foot on the Floor.
- Excessive leaning, or full body weight on a table will upset the balance.
- Respect the Equipment.
- Do not lean on, bend, or treat the cues in a manner other than for normal play. This causes the cues to warp and affect game play.
- Clean your area.
- Try to keep your area clean of spills and messes. As we are not a full service facility, please bus your table when done so others can have a clean area to start with.
- Respect the Room.
- Return all equipment to its proper location, so others can find what they need.
- No Jump (Masse) Shots Allowed.
- While exciting and cool, these cause damages to the table felt, warp the cue and waste tips.
I thought that I would share it here, and hope that you like it. Feel free to share your thoughts about these rules. And, I look forward to seeing you again in another post. Cheers!