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This Wetherspoon pub was purpose-built as a snooker and billiard hall, which has retained its original facade.
Billiards has been played since the 16-17th centuries, when it was the sport of British and French royalty. There have been public tables since the mid 17th century. The exceptional skill of the Australian player Walter Lindrum (1898-1960) defied competition, and helped to kill the game in favour of pool and snooker in Britain.
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