Poker table building tutorial

Mr. Cheese

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I've built two tables but it was nice to have a refresher... :whistle: :whistling: 5:55 was especially informational...
 

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Judging from her dealing, that was the first time she ever passed out cards at a poker table.

But probably not the first time passed out on a poker table :whistle: :whistling:
 

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I find this odd as well... and noticed that she did it. Both my dad and uncle are right handed but deal left handed. Seems quite odd to me.
Most playing cards are "Right handed". Fanning them is natural for a righty, but ergonomically wrong for a lefty. Therefore, some card handling skills are natural to learn left-handed.

Fanning cards is not necessary so much in holdem, but games like bridge or gin require it. So I deduce that people that are lefties that learned to deal playing games with multi-card hands are more likely to hold and deal cards like a righty.

At the same time, I'm also a righty, but deal left handed. It gets me more clearance around my adult beverage.
 
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