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Joe Bogdovics, of Roebling, New Jersey, and his wife Debbie were in Atlantic City this week for a billiards tournament usually held at Bally’s.
The 5,800-square-foot house features an eat-in kitchen, five bedrooms and a billiards room with a wet bar.
To the right of the entryway is a billiards room with views of the pool area through a series of tall windows with plantation shutters.
There is a large fitness room, a billiards room with two tables, a large a reading room, as well as offices and an arts and crafts room, among others.
Bonus spaces include a separate billiards room and a stunning custom wine cellar with a tasting room.
The complex’s amenities include a pool with bar service, a fitness center, a tennis court and a billiards room.
Highlights of the 10,000-square-foot home include a theater room and a billiards room with a wet bar.
Rosen's favorite spot in the house—is perhaps the most remarkable transformation, evolving from an elaborate ballroom to a mod billiards lounge with a cloudlike sheepskin carpet.
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The word billiards refers to any of various games played on a cloth-topped, cushion-railed rectangular table by driving small, hard balls against one another or into pockets, with a long stick called a cue. Carom, or French billiards, is played with three balls, two white and one red, on a table without pockets. The object is to stroke the white cue ball so that it hits the two object balls in succession, scoring a carom (one point). English billiards is also played with three balls, but on a pocketed table; it is scored in various ways. Snooker is another popular British billiards game. The principal billiards game in North America is pocket billiards, or pool. The Billiard Congress of America controls US tournament play, including the US Open Pockets Billiard Championship, regarded as the world championship.
BILLIARDS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of billiards for English Language Learners
: any one of several games that are played on a large table by hitting solid balls into one another with the end of a long stick
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