Tuesday & Thursday 9-Ball League
Every Tuesday Night we host a two person, handicapped 9-ball league. The league features a free drink for every player, online stats, free warm up and match time on the best tables in town, and cash prizes. (we don’t do the cue and gift certificates for Tuesday?)
The handicapping is our own home-based system which uses a combination of game spotting and ball spotting to make each and every match competitive. The system tracks not just your success in a set, but your overall success against players of different rank and adjusts your handicap weekly, this way you always have an accurate handicap and everyone has a chance to win!
The Brass Ring was designed to give the ultimate experience for the recreational player and the serious player alike. Everyone will enjoy the eight 9-foot Diamond Professional pool tables or the coin-operated 7-foot Diamond Smart table with Tournament Edition lights, Simonis 860 cloth and Super Aramith billiard balls.
The layout of the room was designed for the sole purpose of creating an environment without interruption or obstruction for the players. The tables all feature spectator chairs for comfort, custom cue racks and an atmosphere that’s great for drinking a beer and shooting a game by yourself or with a group.
The proprietor, Larry Walsh, drew upon many years of being a billiard room proprietor to design a room that could gain a reputation as a destination for all players and be known as pool hall without equal.
Monday & Sunday 8-Ball League
Every Monday Night we host a three person, handicapped 8-ball league. The league features a free drink for every player, online stats, free warm up and match time on the best tables in town, and cash prizes. Every new participant gets a cue and a $50 Gift Certificate towards gear from Viking Cue! Each subsequent season gets the player a $25 gift certificate which can be spent at once or collected and used for the ultimate cue!
The handicapping is our own home-based system which uses the BCA Scoring system (one point per ball, three for the eight ball) to develop a scoring average, which determines how players match up and how many and to whom points are given. The system updates with every match so players always have an accurate handicap and everyone has a chance to win!