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post #1 of 5 Old 11-08-2012, 02:37 PM - Thread Starter
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Any recommendations for poker tables for game room? Any brand worth getting?

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post #2 of 5 Old 11-13-2012, 10:18 AM
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Check the "game room photos" thread below this one. There are several posts about poker tables there.
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It’s probably something that’s already crossed your mind, but making your own poker tables these days is surprisingly easy, especially with some of the DIY step-by-step plans out there. If you’re handy with a saw and can staple and glue a couple things, you can make a table tailored to the size and layout of the room, the style of games you play, and the group of friends you play with, not to mention having it look just the way you want. All the simplest table really takes in terms of materials is the wood for the surface, legs for the table, table and railing padding foam, and table and railing covering fabric/vinyl. Of course, depending on your situation it just may be easier to buy one, especially if you find a good deal, but I thought I’d toss out the DIY option!
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Thanks guys. I will take a look at those pics. I did a search on the web and there are of course very cheap poker tables and then there are very expensive poker tables. I will have to go to one of the retailers to check them out. I am not a DIY guy.. You don't want me near a saw! lol smile.gif

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Any recommendations for poker tables for game room? Any brand worth getting?

Here's the guys in Fremont, Ca. who built mine. Quality work.

http://www.bvpokertables.com/

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