Predator Pool Table

Predator Pool Table

Your average pool table isn't going to intimidate an opponent, but the Predator Pool Table ($43,000) is anything but average. With striking, agressive looks, the Predator features an 8-foot table, an aluminum and maple vaneer frame with stainless steel cable sets, multi-bladed sabre pockets, polished glass rails, black speed felt surface, and integrated ball return.

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