Custom Poker Table Felt Thread (4 Viewers)

fourthstreet

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:D Is Tony Chan brilliant or what!? I sent Tony a design I created in Illustrator about ten days ago. He's been very responsive, helpful, transparent, and brought fresh, new angles to my custom felt. My racetrack pattern was your everyday suited pattern but he suggested 3D polygonol suits instead. The left part of the betting line and wolf face was plagued in boring silver but I asked that we give it some flare so he suggested a metal effect instead. I absolutely love the final design! Soon it will be in my hands, laid across my table with cards gliding effortlessly from one end to the other!:wow: Also, I'll be starting my table build thread very soon so keep an eye out!
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They look like the doubles...jumbos with a hole drilled in them and a can sized holder for the bottom. Makes for a deep cupholder that can hold a beer bottle, wine glass, or big cup equally well.
 

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Love it, even though it is Huskers, LOL. Yours or for a client build?
This one will reside in my poker room for a while, but everything is for sale - :ROFL: :ROFLMAO:
When I was making a previous Husker table Tony threw this design out at me as a option and I knew someday I needed it for me.
It is Really striking in person, without being too busy to play on.
 

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My newest felt from @T_Chan

Turned out great and I generally change felts out every other year. This is the first with my new logo.

Can't say enough about Tony working with me to get an etching pattern similar to the Wynn's. Really happy the way this turned out. View attachment 700936
Congrats!:hearts:
Now that's a felt for playing poker on, not for hanging on the wall instead of a painting :)
 

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I need some advice...... I love the field design, but the betting circle needs some work - it's too crisp I think, thoughts???

I'm changing up my current table felt, it doesn't perform very well when dealing cards, it's sticky and hard to deal - I bought it from the https://www.casinosupply.com/ guys here in DFW because they were local - lesson learned Now I'm getting my new felt through @T_Chan

I'm close to finalizing the design but I wanted your thoughts.......

The main, larger suits are a little too bright & crisp I think.
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I need some advice...... I love the field design, but the betting circle needs some work - it's too crisp I think, thoughts???

I'm changing up my current table felt, it doesn't perform very well when dealing cards, it's sticky and hard to deal - I bought it from the https://www.casinosupply.com/ guys here in DFW because they were local - lesson learned Now I'm getting my new felt through @T_Chan

I'm close to finalizing the design but I wanted your thoughts.......

The main, larger suits are a little too bright & crisp I think.
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I think it is dead on, let that design pop

one thing that that may help your sight line is mute the red line
 

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Personally, I'd either make the betting circle larger, or the suits logo smaller, or both. I don't care for the overlay look of having the logo larger than the betting line border. But that's me -- I think it looks cluttered and disjointed as-is.
 
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