My first poker table and poker room build thread

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I’m still tempted to do a raised rail. It just seems like it’s going to be a lot more difficult.
 

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IMO, no reason for a raised rail if the rail plus its foam stands already 30-35mm higher than the playing surface.
I personally like some protection wall for the chip stacks, but I don't really like playing into a bucket(n) :thumbsdown:
 

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back to work today. Ceiling is patched up, skirting boards and cornice is in. The electricians came to wire up and install power points.

This morning I’ll be helping (supervising) the filling of the exposed part of the wall where the wiring went in.
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Make sure you have strong flood lighting available over the table.
Keep an eye on the construction workers, only taxi drivers can rival them for bastardy, world-wide.:LOL: :laugh:
Good luck bro.
 

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Make sure you have strong flood lighting available over the table.
Keep an eye on the construction workers, only taxi drivers can rival them for bastardy, world-wide.:LOL: :laugh:
Good luck bro.
I’ve got 4 ceiling lights in there, which should be plenty.

The construction worker is my dad lol, so I’ll be sure to keep an eye on the dodgy git haha.
 

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Yeah except its $400 per pot light. Shit adds up quick.
 
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