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Shuffleboard is a game that uses a long board and disks. In this game, players attempt to get their disks to the furthest point on the board without going over the edges or crossing the end line. CentrumLeisure is the regional distributor for Championship Shuffleboard, visit our showroom to try today!   Give each player or team four weighted metal disks. The discs should be marked to distinguish one side's pieces from the other side's pieces; however, the disks are usually marked with red or blue. There are only two sides; players play solo or in teams of two.   Start playing. Toss...

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Table tennis also know as Ping Pong originated in England in the 1880s as an after-dinner amusement for upper-class Victorians. It evolved into the modern game that is extremely popular all over the world. The game is controlled by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), founded in 1926.  The game is played on a 9 ft × 5 ft × 30 inches high playing surface. The International Table Tennis Federation requires an area not less than 14 m long, 7 m wide and 5 m high for competitions. The great thing about this sport is that it easily fits in most homes. CentrumLeisure...

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Its not always easy to find the perfect gift for your friends and loved ones and we are here to help! Centrum Leisure provides the most unique gift experience as our products are very niche and who doesnt love surprises? Do order early if you would like to receive your gift in time for X-mas as certain products have long lead time especially during the peak season! Outdoor  Do you have outdoor spaces you would like to make use of? Our ever popular Cornilleau Tables & X1 Hybrid soccer table might be suitable for you!  https://centrumleisure.com/collections/all-outdoor-tables-collection   Whats New? The Only...

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How to Play 9 Ball - The BasicsThe Object of the GameSimple enough. You play with 9 balls (numbers 1-9). After the break, you have to clear the balls in numerical order. The person to sink the nine ball wins.The RackRack'em in a diamond shape with the 1 ball at the top on the foot and the 9 ball in the center. The other balls don't have a specific order, so random is fine. Rack 'em tight. The BreakUsually the one who wins the opening game gets the first break. After the opening break, breaking order varies based on the...

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How to play? Use the triangle to "rack up" the 15 pool balls. Different people have different preferences for the set up, but make sure the 8-ball is in the middle. A player breaks. If he or she makes a ball into a pocket, he or she claims that type (solid or stripes) for the duration of the game and shoots again. The other player receives the variation they did not claim. If the player makes a ball of each variation, they may choose which one they prefer. Both players sink all their pool balls into the pockets until just...

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