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Today is a good day. Sadly not able to open it up this afternoon. Pics will have to wait, but based on the photos @T_Chan sent me just before he shipped the table out, i already know it looks great. Tony was phenomenal through the entire process.

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Hope I’m invited to the first game
 

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mainly to pull out all of your chips for a family photo but it can also be used for the occasional game so it doesn’t collect too much dust.
 

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I’m almost embarrassed to post this because it’s been so long. Today, one full month after accepting delivery, I opened the crate up and got this thing inside my apartment.

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Unfortunately, the coffee table you see underneath the poker table is literally 1.5” too wide to be able to fit underneath. Would have been really awesome if I didn’t have to move that thing around, along with the couple of chairs I have in my small apartment. But there’s still plenty of room, so I am PUMPED.

@Irish ... looks like the new Matsui’s will be in my hands some time next week. Maybe even before next Friday’s game so i could bring a few by.

Get ready to take a ride up here to play!
 

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I’m almost embarrassed to post this because it’s been so long. Today, one full month after accepting delivery, I opened the crate up and got this thing inside my apartment.

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Unfortunately, the coffee table you see underneath the poker table is literally 1.5” too wide to be able to fit underneath. Would have been really awesome if I didn’t have to move that thing around, along with the couple of chairs I have in my small apartment. But there’s still plenty of room, so I am PUMPED.

@Irish ... looks like the new Matsui’s will be in my hands some time next week. Maybe even before next Friday’s game so i could bring a few by.

Get ready to take a ride up here to play!
Nice man looks great!
 

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I’m almost embarrassed to post this because it’s been so long. Today, one full month after accepting delivery, I opened the crate up and got this thing inside my apartment.

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Unfortunately, the coffee table you see underneath the poker table is literally 1.5” too wide to be able to fit underneath. Would have been really awesome if I didn’t have to move that thing around, along with the couple of chairs I have in my small apartment. But there’s still plenty of room, so I am PUMPED.

@Irish ... looks like the new Matsui’s will be in my hands some time next week. Maybe even before next Friday’s game so i could bring a few by.

Get ready to take a ride up here to play!
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Nice setup!
 

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I’m almost embarrassed to post this because it’s been so long. Today, one full month after accepting delivery, I opened the crate up and got this thing inside my apartment.

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Unfortunately, the coffee table you see underneath the poker table is literally 1.5” too wide to be able to fit underneath. Would have been really awesome if I didn’t have to move that thing around, along with the couple of chairs I have in my small apartment. But there’s still plenty of room, so I am PUMPED.

@Irish ... looks like the new Matsui’s will be in my hands some time next week. Maybe even before next Friday’s game so i could bring a few by.

Get ready to take a ride up here to play!

Sweet dude!!!

Love the suede design! Simple and sharp! It will be impervious to time!
 

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@T_Chan would it be possible to build and add a custom wooden legged base to a basic table? Like if I had some wooden let's would I be able to take the legs off a basic and make a nice stand and somehow attach everything?
 

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I’m almost embarrassed to post this because it’s been so long. Today, one full month after accepting delivery, I opened the crate up and got this thing inside my apartment.

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Unfortunately, the coffee table you see underneath the poker table is literally 1.5” too wide to be able to fit underneath. Would have been really awesome if I didn’t have to move that thing around, along with the couple of chairs I have in my small apartment. But there’s still plenty of room, so I am PUMPED.

@Irish ... looks like the new Matsui’s will be in my hands some time next week. Maybe even before next Friday’s game so i could bring a few by.

Get ready to take a ride up here to play!
You hosting the September game?
 

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@T_Chan would it be possible to build and add a custom wooden legged base to a basic table? Like if I had some wooden let's would I be able to take the legs off a basic and make a nice stand and somehow attach everything?
Yep that's totally do-able.

I had a customer convert their table with folding legs by adding a pair of Oak columns and a dining table cover 2 years after it was purchased. He was just over the border so I brought down the legs and topper myself and installed on site.

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You hosting the September game?
I’d never try to steal hosting duties from @Irish ... especially since this thing only seats 8. But I’m definitely open to hosting. Why else did I buy this thing? Lol.

Maybe we can get a somewhat regular .25/.50 game going or something.
 

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Yep that's totally do-able.

I had a customer convert their table with folding legs by adding a pair of Oak columns and a dining table cover 2 years after it was purchased. He was just over the border so I brought down the legs and topper myself and installed on site.

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This looks fantastic and reassures how bad I need a basic table with custom felt! I like that it can be folding for now, and added on to later when I have a dedicated spot for it. Thank you!
 

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Yeah it's an easy conversion. You need to add an extra board to the underside of the table. You can attach the legs to the board, then attach the board to the base of the table. A 3/4" piece of plywood does the trick.
 

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I’d never try to steal hosting duties from @Irish ... especially since this thing only seats 8. But I’m definitely open to hosting. Why else did I buy this thing? Lol.

Maybe we can get a somewhat regular .25/.50 game going or something.
A cash game that doesn’t interfere with
I’d never try to steal hosting duties from @Irish ... especially since this thing only seats 8. But I’m definitely open to hosting. Why else did I buy this thing? Lol.

Maybe we can get a somewhat regular .25/.50 game going or something.
i was just kidding. Was hinting more towards a monthly or every other month cash game. Gotta break in the new chips when they arrive.
 

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Tony my table is too tight to use slide in cup holders. Is there a way I can adjust it?
 

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I think I remember that on your tables the screws holding the rail down aren't super tight for that purpose. If the rail won't allow a slide in cup holder, you can back out the screws a little to give the space.
 

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Finally got my tables in use. Everyone loved them. We did have a couple cards slide under the rail and disappear. Is there a trick to getting them out? Also what is the protocol to remove little spills on the playing surface?
 

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Finally got my tables in use. Everyone loved them. We did have a couple cards slide under the rail and disappear. Is there a trick to getting them out? Also what is the protocol to remove little spills on the playing surface?
Doh, that's one of the reasons I really dislike slide-under cup holders. If there's room for the metal tab, then there's room for cards. I usually tighten down the rail and do a "card test" which is pitching cards across the table to make sure cards don't slide underneath, but for your table, knowing you were going to use slide under cup holders I didn't screw it down quite as tight as I normally do.

To retrieve any lost cards, you can try to fish them out using more cards, or a thin ruler. You can add some tape to it as well to try to stick to the card to pull it out. If that doesn't work, then you'll need to loosen the screws so that you can lift up that part of the rail to get the cards out.

There's a chance you could just tip the entire table on it's side and hope the card slides back out.

Spills should be cleaned up immediately with a towel or paper towel, anything left behind can be wiped up with a damp towel with water and allowed to air dry. If the stain is stubborn, you can add some mild dish soap as a cleaning agent.

Let me know if you have any other q's.
 

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I think the problem is that I got plastic slide-ins so the tab is thicker than for the metal ones. I ended up loosening the screws quite a bit for them to fit. The stains that wont come out are red wine. (i think)
 
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I don’t screw down my rails, even though they are built to accept furniture bolts. That way it is easy just to lift it up and fish out the card. Rarely happens though.
 
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