Air Hockey -Start Here

New to air hockey and don’t know where to start? Just follow the links listed below for more information on each topic about air hockey.

  1. Choosing an Air Hockey Table
    If you are looking for an air hockey table, have a read through our complete guide, How to Figure Out What Kind of Air Hockey Table to Go For to learn more about the different types and sizes of air hockey tables available first. Find out how much money you should expect to pay for each type and size to get the best deal.
    How to Figure Out What Kind of Air Hockey Table to Go For
    Atomic Air Hockey Tables – a Buying Guide
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  2. Atomic Air Hockey Tables – a Buying Guide
  3. Air Hockey Strategy – How to Win for Beginners
    As much fun as it is to dive straight in and just start playing, it’s even more fun if you actually win. Learn the techniques all the top players use. Hint – they are easy to pick up and they’ll take your game to a whole new level. Plus once you read the guide, you’ll be able to spot an amateur opponent at 50 paces.
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  4. Air Hockey Rules – A Quick Start for Beginners
    Ready to play your first game? Here are the simplified rules to quick-start your game. You will also find a link to the official rules, plus some rules that made me giggle if you want to take a look.
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  5. Is Air Hockey a Sport?
    I see lots of comments from people who are really good at air hockey. Some have never lost a match. But what people don’t realize that it’s actually possible for anyone to play air hockey at world competition level. You see, both USAA and AHPA tournaments are open to all skill levels, and every player who takes part and finishes the tournament will earn a World Ranking.
    Find out how you can register, to get world-ranked too.
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  6. How to Clean an Air Hockey Table
    If you’ve invested in an air hockey table, it’s really important that you take a little time to clean it on a regular basis. Dirt on the surface of your table will clog the holes and slow the puck. It’s very easy, but you do need a few do’s and don’ts to follow, to make sure you don’t run the risk of damaging the surface.
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