The origin of billiard tables is not so clear. The most common theory is that around the fifteenth century, tables were used in France and England for an indoor version of a lawn game similar to croquet. A ball was hit with a billart (French) through a wire. The six pockets around the edges of the table were still not a part of the game. Historically, the first billiard table was one sold to King Louis XI of France in 1470. Nowadays, people can order and install billiard tables in their home. Entertainment is endless with this game, and they even make luxurious dining tables. Moving house is never easy, but it is exceptionally tricky with such a bulky object. The process has a lot of steps, and our tips are here to help you move a pool table like a pro.