My gut tells me Central Park.
Granted, I've never actually played the physical version of this, only playing it on PS2 and PC, but based on that this game is practically a tutorial on nudging and shot accuracy (especially timing. I've lost many a ball when it slips underneath my flipper due to flipping too early). And if it's anything like a lot of other tables I've played throughout my life (in arcades, laundromats, etc) you could practically breathe on it and you'd tilt the machine, which pretty much kills one of the most important aspects of this table. I can't help but think that someone who tries to play it becomes too intimidated by it to really give it a chance (especially if he breathes on it), so he gives up on it thinking it sucks. Too bad, they're really missing out.