FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Thanks for playing! We’ve been working on a new system that will show your name almost immediately after registering. You may need to “reload” or “refresh” the Registered Players list to see your name.
Entries received by mail are updated weekly as the show draws near, usually on the weekends. This is a manual process, so your name will not appear instantly on the list after signing up. Please wait until the following Monday to check for your name.
If you need to withdraw from an event, you can do so with no penalty provided you do so at least 24 hours prior to the Player’s Meeting for said event.
We need sufficient time to receive and process your cancellation. You will receive a full refund provided we receive your cancellation in time.
You can cancel or withdraw by sending us an email to the address provided in your Registration Confirmation.
We will confirm that your cancellation was received. If it is close to show dates, your refund may be processed after the event.
Guests may park their RV in the lot at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center. RV hookups are available on a first come first served basis. The cost (at time of this posting) is $115.50+tax ($122.43) for the duration of the event. RV electric can only be ordered onsite. All orders are first come first served and processed on site. Pre-ordering is not an option.
We suggest you check with the facility for any pricing changes since this posting.
The facility does not provide water or sewage services.
For further assistance or questions, please contact the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center directly at (484)754-3916.
We allow people to withdraw up until the charts are posted. At that point, we allow players to line up (first come) at the desk 2 hours prior to the players meeting to see if there are any available spots. We do not allow selling of player spots… once the chart is posted, if the player isn’t able to play, they will forfeit. Anyone found to be playing in another persons place will be ejected from the tournament.
The pro event is open to anyone and everyone that wants to pay the entry fee and play. You are allowed to enter the Pro Event if you choose. However, if you choose to play in more than one event, you run the risk of matches being scheduled at the same time. If this happens, you will have to choose one to play and one to forfeit.
The exception is that a “known pro” or players ranked at a certain level of play cannot play in the Amateur Division. We encourage and allow any amateur to try their skills in the Pro division. We do have an Excluded Player List that we add to when needed.
Since there is no governing body for the men comparable to the WPBA, we use our own guidelines based on reputation and performance. It is a difficult task, but we try to do our best.
Please refer to our Amateur Player Guidelines for more details.
No, there is not a specific dress code. The only rule is that nothing worn can be offensive or vulgar. Although it has never been a problem, any clothing that was considered “too revealing” may raise some complaints as well.
Basically, if you would wear it to the mall or a restaurant, it should be fine.
The tables are all Blue Label. The Red Label are much older tables.
To inquire about the tables, you can call Diamond at (812) 288-7665 and ask for the Sales Dept. You can visit their website here: http://www.diamondbilliards.com/
Yes, the tables being used at the Super Billiards Expo are available for sale, from Diamond Billiards. To inquire about the tables, you can call Diamond at (812) 288-7665 and ask for the Sales Dept. You can visit their website here: http://www.diamondbilliards.com/
Just tell them you are curious about the tables being used at the Super Billiards Expo.
Children are definitely welcome at the Super Billiards Expo – in fact, we even have two Juniors Divisions that are completely free for them to compete in! Children 13 and younger do not require a ticket to enter the Expo. All children should be accompanied by an adult, for everyone’s safety.
You are welcome to bring a camera and take pictures. We ask that no flashes be used in the Pro Arena, or in any playing area really. If the use of flashes becomes a problem, then we will have no other choice but to begin announcing that no cameras are allowed in the Pro Arena. This could happen mid-show if needed, as our intent is to keep the arena free of flash photography and if a few people are not respecting that, then our rules need to be adjusted on the go – for the sake of the players and other fans.
Yes you can, however, you must be fully alert and aware of your surroundings and what is going on in the game… your opponent should not have to flag you down to get your attention. Any questionable issues, like “my opponent didn’t call push” will go to the player not wearing ear buds. Additionally, the volume of your music should not be loud enough for anyone else to hear.
The facility does not keep electric wheelchairs or scooters on-site. However, there are several vendors in the region that are available for rentals. The three places we recommend are:
Mr Wheelchair: (215)-333-7303
Mainline Medical: (610)734-0800
Thanks for asking! As much as I would like to have her here with me, the Super Billiards Expo is no place for a beautiful fluffy dog such as herself. She’ll be running free and having a good time with friends at a local Doggy Daycare and Boarding facility right down road.
If you have a question about anything regarding the Super Billiards Expo and you do not see an answer posted here, use the form below to ask. We’ll reply directly – and if the question is common enough, we’ll post it here for others.