The 2019 Supreme Pool Series starts at 12:30pm on Friday 5th April and promises to deliver an exciting competition across multiple tables, featuring some of the best players from the UK and beyond. We’re proud to support the Series in our own tournament, the Liberty Games Open. As the UK’s leading games room, pool and […]
A pool table makes a great Christmas present. For adults, it’s ideal to while away the evenings, host social tournaments and get the family together. For kids, it’s a chance to learn a new game – without screens! Their hand-eye coordination will be sharpened and competitive instincts satisfied. Their friends will all want to come […]
Ever wondered how your brain really reacts when playing games? International Fun At Work Day does exactly what it says on the tin. It encourages workplaces to do something different, building team relationships and reducing stress levels. We think games tables are ideal for office downtime. As we showed in our recent infographic, […]
Most pool players notice them but never really know what they mean. But the diamonds that are placed around the edge of a pool table can help you step up your game massively if you know how to use them. Read our introduction to the pool diamond system to find out more.
A pool table makes a great addition to any home, but what happens when you want some variation from standard play? Fortunately, there are a number of alternative games that are fun, challenging and creative.
You don’t have to be a Walter White to break bad – here at Liberty Games we think that having your own pool table at home can help you practice your game – but there are some people that even we might not be able to help. We’ve trawled the internet in search of some of the very worst pool breaks ever, and we present them here for your amusement.
You’ll find a pool table in many pubs, allowing you to combine playing pool, with drinking and having a lot of fun. As might be expected, a number of drinking games have emerged over the years, which all make the most of the presence of a pool table. Typically, as the players drink more and […]
It is not entirely necessary to have had a misspent youth to be a good snooker or pool player. But for anyone new to playing pool, then it’s worth trying to pick up some training tips from old hands. Alternatively, for those who want to impress on their first public appearance down the local pub or pool hall, then it is worth getting in some practice at home first.