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Hey everyone!

I was told about this forum by Dave (CDNBeerLover) so I came over and registered. I'm a recent chip addict. Just bought my first set of tourney chips (700 Milano's).

Currently now in the market for a small denomination cash game set. I've gotten a bunch of different samples and I'm trying to narrow it down.

Also doing lots of research about building my own poker table pretty soon :). I'm looking forward to being engaged with another great community!

Dan

Ps if anyone has a poker game in MN let me know, I'm always up for meeting new people and playing some poker!
 

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Welcome Dan. It's an addiction for sure!

In additional to what Dave recommended about poker tables, check out Diamond Poker Tables too. He makes a neat 2 in 1 model for people like me who can't make up their mind or want to change it up a bit in regards to style. :)
 

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Welcome Dan. It's an addiction for sure!

In additional to what Dave recommended about poker tables, check out Diamond Poker Tables too. He makes a neat 2 in 1 model for people like me who can't make up their mind or want to change it up a bit in regards to style. :)

My bad...I haven't looked into tables for a while. Nice catch, Tommy.
 

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Thanks for the welcome everybody!

Already emailed Tony :). He makes an amazing looking table!
 

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Cool. Tony from DPT or Tony C.? Either Tony, you'll get a great table. :)
 

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Cool. That is where I got my table. Right now I have a glass top on it and using it as a dining room table until the basement is finished. I talked the soon to be wife into letting me put away the actual dining room table so I didn't have to leave the poker table crated in the garage. LOL

I posted some pics here....
http://www.pokerchipforum.com/showthread.php/65-Buying-a-Poker-Table/page3
 

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That is almost exactly what I want to build. I'm just trying to decide if I want drink holders in the rail or on the table. If I had the money believe me Tony would definitely be getting it lol.

Cool. That is where I got my table. Right now I have a glass top on it and using it as a dining room table until the basement is finished. I talked the soon to be wife into letting me put away the actual dining room table so I didn't have to leave the poker table crated in the garage. LOL

I posted some pics here....
http://www.pokerchipforum.com/showthread.php/65-Buying-a-Poker-Table/page3
 

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My solution was this for the cup holders...no spills on the table!

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They make small folding ones too.
 

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My solution was this for the cup holders...no spills on the table!

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They make small folding ones too.


Thats a valid point. If I put no cup holders on the table then there is definitely less of a chance that there will be spills on the table. Plus most of the time I feel like the drinks just get in the way.

ps. Did you see my response about the Yaks in the PGI thread?
 
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