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Junior24xx

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Taught I'd share my latest build.
its for a friend and it's my second attempt at an oval.
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Just noticed how dusty that felt looks.
 

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Racetracks always make for a better looking table. Play can suffer somewhat as chip-stacks topple on the transition or a player needs to reach further because chips are kept off the track, and you cannot shuffle on a hard track, and the cupholders become chip catchers/hiders.

But since I'm not playing on this particular table, I think you did a bang-up professional job! Great work!
 

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Looks like a flawless rail! That's the hardest part. Congrats and good luck with your new table!
 

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I've got two ideas for my left over vinyl. One that I will keep to myself until I finally build one (and of course share it here) and the second is to put a friend of mines industrial sewing machine to work in making rails for my octagon tables.
 

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Personally find racetracks exceptionally great looking and exceptionally impractical to play on. If they have to be included, cup holders in the rail for me.
 

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I haven't built cup holders in the rail yet. A little worried about the process, but it's on my to do list at some point. I think one of my personal tables I will give it a shot.
 
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