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Sep 12, 2019

[Answer] Why are pool tables green?

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...1. It's easier on the eyes when aiming 2. Billiards used to be played outdoors 3. There was a felt shortage in the 20th century 4. It was the queen's favorite color




Step 2 : Answer to the question "Why are pool tables green?"



Billiards used to be played outdoors - You may have wondered why a pool table’s felt is commonly green. The reason is that the forerunner to pool – billiards – was played on lawns, similar to croquet, in the 14th century. Hit by a stick through various arches and pegs, with cone targets to unseat, the nobles and royals of the day decided it was best not to get their feet wet (or hear from the commoners), so they moved the game indoors. The French are believed to have masterminded the concept of playing the game upon a billiard table, which led to the pockets and green felt — an homage to the game's grassy origins — that we're all familiar with today.:


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