All About Game Tables
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From wikipedia.org, the free encyclopedia site, comes this description of the game of table tennis. They note that the name Ping-Pong is also commonly used, but is trademarked. This web page includes a general description of the history and rules of what it describes as the second most played game in the world. The equipment and standard dimensions of the table tennis table are covered, as well as rules for games and game play, standards of competition, standard weights and dimensions of table tennis balls, etc. There are also links to sites for the International Table Tennis Federation, USA Table Tennis, English Table Tennis Association, and the Canadian Table Tennis Association.
The Georgia Air Hockey Association
This is the official site of the Georgia Air Hockey association, the GAHA. There are sections with an event calendar of upcoming air hockey events in Georgia, a way to find players interested in playing competitively, a message forum for entering into discussions and communicating with other like-minded air hockey enthusiasts, a list of individual rankings of the best players in the state, an air hockey webring, official USAA rules, and the locations of tables across Georgia. There are also links to general sites like airhockey.com, airhockeynews.com, as well as helpful links for airhockey associations in several different states.
Pool and Billard Magazine
Website of Pool and Billiard Magazine features updated pool news, men and women players of the United States Professional Poolplayers Association, pool tournament recaps, pool television listings, a pool tournament calendar and a section on pool lessons and instructions. Pool lessons include diagrams of pool tables and playing strategies. Pool & Billiard Magazine is the sport's oldest monthly magazine and boasts the largest readership of billiard businesses, players and fans.
Ping Pong History
This article details the history behind ping pong, or table tennis. The article explains that the term table tennis was adopted in 1921 and 1922 when the old Ping-Pong Association formed in 1902 was revived. The original association had broken up about 1905, though apparently the game continued to be played in parts of England outside London. With a registration to the Britannica site, you can view the entire article.