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10-07-2006, 02:28 PM
How much it costs a game in a poolhall per hour? Here in Athens it costs 6.00-8.00 euros (7.50 - 9.00$) per hour.
10-07-2006, 05:55 PM
In my poolhall here in Lisbon (Portugal), the hourly fee is 7€, which is about the average you can expect to pay around here. You can get afternoon rates in some places as low as 4.50€, and depending on where you are playing, the price can go up to 10-12€. The most I've payed here for a table was 15€ per hour for a 12 foot snooker table in Algarve.
10-08-2006, 02:02 AM
Besides me own table (free play), i pay to play at 5 other venuez (all 12' tablez) -- the costs are az followz.
Frankston (3 tablez) -- 20 cents per 20 minutes (but membership iz $40 per year).
Cheltenham (3 tablez) -- $3 per day (but membership iz $70 per year).
Geelong (2 tablez) -- free play (but membership iz $40 per year).
Ballarat Railwayz Institute (3 tablez) -- $1 per hour (but membership iz $20 per year).
Chalk It Up (public room in Ballarat -- 3 tablez) -- $10 per week. madMac.
10-08-2006, 02:34 AM
Cush -- u forgot venue No 6 -- me team-mate's (Lawrie'z) home table (in hiz garage) -- in fact nowadayz i spend most of my time here -- u will see why.
Lawrie duznt charge me anything -- in fact, it's like this -- he bringz me a coffee -- later he bringz me a cold beer -- later Mrz Lawrie makes dinner, with a bottle of red.
Me, for my part, i give Lawrie advice -- for instance -- last week he said that he had put 3 new (elks??) on hiz cue during that week, but that he woz still having trouble missed-cueing. I agreed to vizit, and gave him the following advice.
I advized that often missed-cueing woz due to the fact that the tip woznt symmetrical -- one bit (your favorit bit) woz depressed, but the rest woznt -- here, if u simply do the silly pool-action of screwing the cue into the block of chalk, u get a thick cake of chalk on the bit of tip that u dont uze, but stuff-all chalk on the bit that u like to uze -- hence, missed-cue. But i looked at hiz tip, and it woz symmetrical -- hmmmmmmmmmm.
Then, i had a closer look -- ahaaaa -- a dark smudge on the side of hiz chalk. I explained that he woz doing the silly-looking-pool-thing, ie, drilling for oil, and that the chalk-block woz in fact touching hiz brass ferrule -- this woz leaving brass on hiz block -- then, this brass woz getting onto hiz tip -- hence, automatic missed-cue.
I took hiz block outside, and scrubbed it on a brick to get rid of the deep silly-looking-pool-hole -- problem solved -- gee, i love this job. madMac.
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