The hole for the poles made a huge difference. I have two things to pick on. One is the actual poles do not look like they are long enough, seems like if I was to play my men would not make it accross because the pole would end the stoppers are in the wrong place. The other is the height of the table. It may be perspective but it seems to short.
the pole holes look better. LOL I think the table looking not long enufe is the perspective. maybe you have the cam set to 35 insted of like 50. Not really a poroblem just looks funky when your that close.
I don't think the pole lingth, will be worked out good till he has the little men on them and positioned right.
So I'd say I'm relatively new to foosball because I've only been playing for a little over a year, but I have a few questions. I started playing at work where we have a https://www.foosballsuperstore.com/t...oosball-table/ and I've gotten very good on our table, however, I do alright on others, and terrible on this one table at a bar near my apartment. We use a table made by Sportcraft, it has pretty heavy players, it has sloped sides and the balls we use are those tiny soccer balls made of heavy plastic, can someone tell me if this kind of table is a beginner table?