Ideas for cloth for WTHC

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Hi All,

Now that I have most of the WTHC chips sorted, I have a milling setup for WTHC fracs and the poker / bar / wine room build is well under way my mind is turning to the poker tables themselves (3 of).

I have found a UK based manufacturer to help build the 10 seater tables but I now need to think up a design for the cloth.

Clearly it needs to involve the top hat and cane I think, maybe a world/globe symbol. Ideally suits mold too

I also live on a road called ‘The Grange’ so was thinking of possibly adding Grange Casino / Grange Poker Room or similar. Would fit with my Sunfly group buy ceramics.

I would love to hear ideas about what I could do here!

Some Pron!


Chris

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I really like the design but not a fan of having a designated spot for the community cards (even if you have a dealer). Same with the seat numbers.

I wouldn’t dare design a table around a particular chip set, since I change path and sell too often but you seem kinda set with your choice :D.

Are you sure you have enough chips, though?
 

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I also live on a road called ‘The Grange’ so was thinking of possibly adding Grange Casino / Grange Poker Room or similar. Would fit with my Sunfly group buy ceramics.

I think this is a much better idea than designing the table after a set for the same reason mentioned by @Eriks (even if you are clearly pot committed with that WTHC set)

I’d keep the design clean and simple (no designated spots for community cards etc): personal favorites include @WhiteMamba1646 The Havana Cardroom and @Windwalker Krish’s

Looking forward to a game in west London!
 

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I really like the design but not a fan of having a designated spot for the community cards (even if you have a dealer). Same with the seat numbers.

I wouldn’t dare design a table around a particular chip set, since I change path and sell too often but you seem kinda set with your choice :D.

Are you sure you have enough chips, though?
Thanks for the feedback!!!

i do need to have a dealer cutout added to my design as we always have a dealer (well nearly always!)

chris
 

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I agree with not designing a felt around a chip set, although it does look great though. Personally not a fan of cup holders either, but to each their own. Looks like a lot of work going into your poker room, can’t wait to see it finished.
 

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Looks like you have a fair amount of space to host so I look forward to a game at some point in the future! As for the table, have you considered adding a betting line?
 

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I agree with not designing a felt around a chip set, although it does look great though. Personally not a fan of cup holders either, but to each their own. Looks like a lot of work going into your poker room, can’t wait to see it finished.
Noted!

I have seen a few spillages at poker nights without cupholders - is there an easy solution for that?

Chris
 
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It´s still the best (because the simplest) solution, even if not the cheapest.
I also recently switched from cupholder to side tables.
You simply have more space at the table and the drinks don't get lost on the playing surface.
 

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That design looks cool, but at the end of the day go with what makes you happy mate. :)
 
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