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My latest build that was delivered today. Green gaming suede cloth, 10" oak pedestal with claw foot legs stained ebony and standard jumbo s/s cup holders in the rail.

The green is a bit bright for my taste for a table with such a dark pedestal but still looks nice I think.

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Was that the table that I was admiring the pedestal base at your shop?

Mike
 

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I didn't even know that it was an octagon. Just stared at the pedestal base. Ha! I like the bright green with the dark rail.

Mike
 

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I didn't even know that it was an octagon. Just stared at the pedestal base. Ha! I like the bright green with the dark rail.

Mike

so do I. I also like that the cup holders are built into the rail vs being built into the felt.
 

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The table is NICE, I really like the Base, the Black stain/wash is super nice.
Great Job T_Chan as always.
 

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I like everything about that table, including the colors and the location of the bet line. Nice job!
 

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Thanks all.

Yes they went with the SSC print on gaming suede as opposed to just SSC for 2 reasons. They wanted to add a betting line and the liked the gaming suede feel over SSC.

The stain turned out great. I love staining oak, the grain patterns show up really well through the dark ebony stain.
 

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Looks great! What's the width?
 

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It's 54" across from the straight sections. This is the smallest I recommend for an 8 seater octagon.

Shipping can be rough to the USA. A full sized table is usually $350ish.
 

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Sorry, I didn't say that very clearly. Shipping to USA is $350ish, not the table itself.
 

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Sorry, I didn't say that very clearly. Shipping to USA is
$350ish, not the table itself.


That makes more sense thought it was too good to be true! Unfortunately I'm on a tight budget right now. That table gives me some ideas. Wonder how much a table like that with folding legs would run ?
Maybe I should move to Canada! Lol

Edit to sound less like a dumbass
 
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It's 54" across from the straight sections. This is the smallest I recommend for an 8 seater octagon.

Looks like it has more room than my 55" round table. :confused:
 

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That makes it worth the drive up to Vancouver from WA! :)
 

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I think it's almost a perfect size for 8 players. Any bigger and you start having problems reaching the middle of the table.

Just this weekend I had to convince someone that 79" across the straight sections was too big. They were really set on the size but I think I finally got them down to 60".
 

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Octo rails are a huge pain to upholster, especially with cup holders, nice work.

Just this weekend I had to convince someone that 79" across the straight sections was too big.

yikes, they would have needed sand trap rakes to reach the pot.
 

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I think it's almost a perfect size for 8 players. Any bigger and you start having problems reaching the middle of the table.

Just this weekend I had to convince someone that 79" across the straight sections was too big. They were really set on the size but I think I finally got them down to 60".

yikes, they would have needed sand trap rakes to reach the pot.

So instead of a dealer you have to find a stickman to rake the pots.
 
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