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Dual Use Pool Table

Growing up, I remember having this one room in the house, that rarely got used, the dinning room. Now just image how much more use that same room would get, if it had one of these dual use dinning room/pool tables.  Now before all you guys rush out to convince you're wives about how great of an idea this would be, lets take a few things into consideration. The first and probably the most important is that these tables are made in Turkey, so shipping prices might be a bit steep. Secondly, the price, which isn't listed on the Koralturk Billiards website, so you'll have to contact them for pricing. Of course looking doesn't hurt, much.

FLAP TABLE ABANOZ
FLAP TABLE LUXURY WHİTE
 FLAP TABLE TEAK
 FLAP TABLE KARAAĞAÇ
 FLAP TABLE LUXURY BLACK
FLAP TABLE ŞATO
 FLAP TABLE LUXURY GOLD
FLAP TABLE SATİN
 FLAP TABLE ZEBRANO
 FLAP TABLE YAKAMOZ
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