The Bantam Bumper Pool Table is designed to appeal to both adults and kids that enjoy playing pool, but do not have enough space for a standard pool table.
There are millions involved in organized hockey, soccer and lacrosse across the country and the world. All of these sports have one thing in common: there are two netted goals, one on each end of a play field. Bantam’s two pocket design is the same format, so everyone involved in any of the above sports are in familiar territory the moment they see this table.
Adult players find the Bantam very enjoyable because the lack of corner pockets opens up a whole new world of play. Multi-rail bank shots are easy and fun to make. This play opens up a whole different world to even skilled players. It brings them into the older world of “pure billiards”, which many of today’s players have never experienced. They can also now play pool on a quality table in a space in their home, on their balcony, lanai, or outside that was previously too small for a traditional pool table.
The playability and overall quality of this table is tournament quality as it’s components are the same as all of our other amazing outdoor pool tables. It has a real slate bed, Accufast cushions, marine grade aluminum and real Sunbrella!
- Mix and Match two of our eight powder coat finishes
- Only The Original Sunbrella fabric
- Sizes: 59 x 37-5/8
- Customize by adding your logo, family crest,
or graphic wrap
- Benches available to match
Powder Coat Options
We only use genuine, original Sunbrella fabric for all of our table covers.
3 on 3 Rules
The three yellow balls and three red balls are racked up in the center of the table with the black ball in the middle. Players can toss a coin or defer the break to their opponent out of kindness. Breaking from behind the line, if the player makes a ball on the break, they can choose either color as theirs, and keep shooting. Failing to make a ball on the break gives the opponent their turn at the table, first shooting from where the balls lay.
Calling shots is unnecessary, but the player has to contact one of their colored balls first with the cue ball whenever they make a shot. If the player has contacted one of his balls first, anything that falls (in either pocket) entitles the shooter to keep going until they have pocketed all three of their colored balls, at which point they can shoot directly at the black ball.
Pocketing the black ball in either pocket at any time, as long as they have hit one of their balls first, or all their balls are pocketed, is considered a win. Lucky bounces do count!
As in all pool games, failing to contact one of your balls first with the cue ball, or Pocketing the cue ball, is a foul, which gives the opponent ball-in-hand.