In another of those generational moments, I have been spending a lot of time of late explaining "bumper pool".
We just had the folks at Brenon's put a bumper pool game at Fort Pearl , in part because I didn't really have room for two full pool tables. Trouble is nobody has played the game in years.
Bumper was invented for small spaces like home use. What it lacks in area, it makes up in challenge as the banks and bumper shots are what keep you honest.
So if you have skills honed in the 60s and 70s, they can be put to use in beating a new generation too addicted to X-Boxes and not adept at the physical dexterity games we grew up on.
Bumper Pool Rules