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A Tiny Foosball Table Means You Can Play Almost Anywhere

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Why drop hundreds of dollars on a regulation-sized freestanding foosball table that's just going to take up space, when for a mere $75 you can get XD Design's beautiful Gol table that you can plop and play anywhere?

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You also don't have to wrangle three other friends to get a game going. Its compact size means there's only two spindles of soccer/football players per team, so you only need to find a single willing friend. The action is still fast-paced, and you only have yourself to blame for every single goal that's let in.

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[XD Design WInter Catalog (PDF) via Fancy]

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It always seems like smaller versions of table games (i.e. foosball, ping pong, pool) tend to suck. I just don't know why. I think it needs to be really heavy so it doesn't move.