Many thanks and official congrats to His All Craftiness @T_Chan for the superb felt:
The table itself, one with folding legs, had the felt and foam appllied by a caprenter friend of mine, who also collared it with an oversized rail to extend its diameter from 120 to 128cm (47.5 to 50.5 in) and make it capable of accommodating 7 players. Really nice work, especially if you take into account that this was the first poker table that he saw, let alone built, in his life.
Saint John Coltrane (pictured here as a Greek Orthodox saint, in a Byzantine-type icon) overseeing the games
Notice the flames of his soul coming out of the sax.
Another nice element in the room
And a picture I took and printed many years ago, of the Greek chapel of St Nicholas, just under one of the WTC towers
Scanned it from a magazine and magnified it, then had it printed.
The magazine, if I remember well, claimed that the icon was the inspiration of some Coltrane fans from California, who hired an icon-maker to paint it. If I judge from the mis-spelled name Ioanis (correct is Ioannis with double -nn-) apparently the icon-maker wasn't Greek, but still interested enough in medieval Greek culture to become an icon-maker
Table #3 might look familiar too, since Mike (@slisk250 ) VERY generously let me use his table design — with a couple obvious modifications. Photos kinda suck. Tough time of day lighting-wise, to get photos in my living room. But the colors on all 3 of the tables are really great in person.