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Congrats! Eager to see the results.

I guess the decagon is surrounded by the 70in diameter circle, so players, each sitting on one of the 10 sides, will be*a little (edit) *closer to the centre than in the case of a 70in round table.

Edit: here 's the math. It's 21.63in of rail space per player (ie absolute minimum)

https://rechneronline.de/pi/decagon.php

I guess the decagon is surrounded by the 70in diameter circle, so players, each sitting on one of the 10 sides, will be

Edit: here 's the math. It's 21.63in of rail space per player (ie absolute minimum)

https://rechneronline.de/pi/decagon.php

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Thanks for the link, @Coyote. (It's 1.71" closer.)Congrats! Eager to see the results.

I guess the decagon is surrounded by the 70in diameter circle, so players, each sitting on one of the 10 sides, will bea little (edit)closer to the centre than in the case of a 70in round table.

Edit: here 's the math. It's 21.63in of rail space per player (ie absolute minimum)

https://rechneronline.de/pi/decagon.php

Here is my technical drawing of the design. I am having a Black Lexan cover being made for the table. This thing is going to be a awesome set up.

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Golly sir! Just oozes elegance and taste!

Thank you. I think it will be just beautiful.Golly sir! Just oozes elegance and taste!

And while the rail space may seem tight at 19.25 inches (or 22.34 inches, depending on how you measure), I think it'll be fine because the space flares out (as opposed to a guy sitting right next to you on a straight away rail).

@T_Chan does alot if things really well. But he needs a schematic proof reader....

@mudhog provided me with those plans actually, way above and beyond what customers normally provide to me. If they were my plans, they would have many more typos

I sill found one, lol. Thanks for pointing it out.@mudhog provided me with those plans actually, way above and beyond what customers normally provide to me. If they were my plans, they would have many more typos

I found two...

Why is there always one that just wants to spoil the happiness?

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Here's 5 ('burgundy' is spelled wrong twice):I can't find 2

(I also let '*Fol legs' slide because I wasn't sure it was supposed to be '*For legs' and not an abbreviation for 'folding legs'...)

There always has to be one in the group, geeze. Your killing my happiness.Here's 5 ('burgundy' is spelled wrong twice):

There always has to be one in the group, geeze

By the way, nicest and most useful expression / phrasal verb I 've learnt in EFL (English as Foreign Language) in more than two decades or sothe [space] flares out

NOT for indiscriminate out-of-context use, I guess