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What are the dimensions of a regulation shuffleboard table?

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A regulation shuffleboard is 6 feet wide by 52 feet long. That includes 6 1/2 feet on each end as an approach area. The actual playing surface area is 6 feet by 39 feet.

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The discs used in shuffleboard are between 9/16 inches and 1 inch in thickness. They are 6 inches in diameter and should not weigh less than 11 1/2 ounces. Each official disc set includes four black discs and four yellow discs. New discs are 15 ounces.

The cue used must be over 6 feet 3 inches long. There should be no metal portion of the cue that touches the court's surface.

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