Pat’s Man Cave/Custom Table and Art

Mushmanchuman

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We are going to re-do our basement this summer (free labor wanted). I plan to wall in my poker area. I put the “brick” wall in using Home Depot faux brick paneling and stripped down some pallets for the wood. I bought the table for $50 and redid the rail and felt. Got supplies from casino supplies.com I found all the art at random estate sales. The Michigan map is from 1941, pre I-75. Cash box is Incolay stone dogs playing poker.
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Thanks! The one with the Smokey game says “pat hand” on the bottom. Bunch of schleps playing draw. The guy praying was my wife’s and I turned it into poker art. Lol
 

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I used to be a cable guy up in a ritzy part of southeast Michigan. On the way to and from jobs I’d hit all these estate sales. Tons of cool stuff up there.
 

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Very cool art pieces, certainly a great start to an awesome poker room, almost has a lounge vibe to it!!! Sweet deal on the table too, looks like it fixed up nicely!
 

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Originally it had a raised wood part where the cup holders are. It was pretty annoying so I cut it out. I should have eliminated the dealer section. I used to haul it around when I dealt but it got to annoying and I didn’t want it getting beat up.I like the cup holders being part of the playing surface so you can utilize the entire rail for your arms, or face depending on how many beers you’ve had.
 

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We are going to re-do our basement this summer (free labor wanted). I plan to wall in my poker area. I put the “brick” wall in using Home Depot faux brick paneling and stripped down some pallets for the wood. I bought the table for $50 and redid the rail and felt. Got supplies from casino supplies.com I found all the art at random estate sales. The Michigan map is from 1941, pre I-75. Cash box is Incolay stone dogs playing poker.
Seriously love this one...

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