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Question #91149 posted on 04/14/2018 2:42 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Once, when I was little, I went to a college campus to attend a sports camp, in one of their common areas, they had a pool table looking thing (same material as a pool table for the top, and outside) that I really liked to play on, but I've never been able to find it since, The table was somewhat longer and narrower, and both sides had four pool balls, and instead of pockets, both ends had an opening running along the whole end that the ball could fall into, and the goal of the game was to use the cue ball to knock the opponents four pool balls into one end, kind of like shuffleboard, sort of, and it didn't have a pool stick, you just had to use your hands. I've been trying to search for this and all I can ever find is shuffleboard, but that's not right because the table was built like a pool table. Is this a real game? what is it called?

-Casper

A:

Dear Friendly Ghost,

It would appear as though none of us here on the Board know what this pool-like table is, or what the game for which it is used to play is. And considering all we have to go off of is your description, it's more likely that you will find success through your own searches than we would.

Sorry not to be of more help.

~Anathema

posted on 04/16/2018 1:19 p.m.
Sounds kind of like bumper pool (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bumper_pool) without the bumpers.