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Pool Tables

X1 Everest Pool Table

X1 Everest Pool Table

A stunning pool table, built from glass and metal. The surface is covered in a transparent material called “Vitrik,” which is designed to simulate the physics of a felt table, while protecting the glass underneath. Only five will be made each year, so expect it to be pricey.

Mini Pool Table Tricks

Mini Pool Table Tricks

Florian “Venom” Kohler is a master at pool table trick shots. In this clip, he tosses out a series of bonus tricks on a tiny version of his instrument of choice, before moving on to the full-size version for a demonstration of his true capabilities.

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Banana Pool Table

Banana Pool Table

Cléon Daniel designed this table to challenge pool sharks (and pool monkeys?) Aside from its odd shape, the table only has four pockets. It’s made of hardwood, leather and brass and comes with one white, one yellow and 10 brown balls.

Cheater’s Pool Table

Cheater’s Pool Table

PoolLiveAid detects the table, cue and ball and then provides a virtual overlay of the ball’s trajectory. We’re not sure if it takes into account the strength and angle of the strike though.

Amazing Pool Trick Shots

Amazing Pool Trick Shots

At just 20, Steve Markle is the youngest ranked trick shot player in the world, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have skills. Watch as he makes pool balls obey his every whim. (Thanks Mike!)

Outdoor Pool Table

Outdoor Pool Table

Not only is this pool table water- and weather-proof so you can play outdoors year-round, but it offers a brightly lit glowing tabletop and pockets for those all-night 8-ball marathons.

Ford Mustang Pool Table

Ford Mustang Pool Table

Based on the iconic 1965 Ford Mustang, this custom pool table is a dead-ringer for the classic muscle car. Cast in fiberglass, molded from a real ’65 Pony, there’s even a limited-edition Shelby.

BlackLight Billiards Table

BlackLight Billiards Table

Got $35K burning a hole in your pocket? Consider Billards Toulet’s steel and resin Black Light bil­liards table, with inter­nal lighting and inte­grated juke­box that connects an iPod, iPhone or MP3 player to it.

Koraltürk Billiard/Dining Tables

Koraltürk Billiard/Dining Tables

Turkish furniture maker Koraltürk makes elegant billiard tables that transform into dining tables simply by closing the hinged doors on the side. You’ll still have to clean the chalk dust though.

Queen’s Jubilee Billiard Table

Queen’s Jubilee Billiard Table

Made in 1887, The Queen’s Jubilee Billiard Table is a national treasure: it includes quotes from English poets, English flora and fauna, and every ruler of England from William to Charles I.

7-in-1 Game Table

7-in-1 Game Table

If you’re short on space but big on parties, this 7-in-1 Rotating Game Table saves the day (and space); you’ll get ping-pong, chess, checkers, backgammon, pool, foosball, and air hockey.

CueLight Pool Table

CueLight Pool Table

Created for Esquire’s Ultimate Bachelor Pad, the CueLight Pool Table turns a billiards game into a Michael Bay movie: projected flames, water and other effects follow your every move.

A Real Car Table

A Real Car Table

Hurricane Custom Billiards’ Real Car Table is truth in advertising: short of a V8, this pool table is nearly a car with chrome wheels, tailpipe cue holders and a powder-coated chassis.

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