Poker table top

CdnBeerLover

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Yes. I own one similar....Xmas gift from the wife before I bought a table.

Pros
There's a rail.
It's portable. Awkward, but portable.

Cons
Cupholders are useless. Too shallow.
Felt is not great, and upgrading doesn't look possible.
Mine doesn't lie quite flat at one of the folds.
Needs a table large enough to support it.

Overall: it's ok for what it is. People will lean on the rail, so you need a table wide enough to support it. I use it if someone wants to host but doesn''t have a table or mat. I prefer the playing surface over a neoprene mat, but it's not as convenient to carry around.
 

sparky18

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Yes. I own one similar....Xmas gift from the wife before I bought a table.

Pros
There's a rail.
It's portable. Awkward, but portable.

Cons
Cupholders are useless. Too shallow.
Felt is not great, and upgrading doesn't look possible.
Mine doesn't lie quite flat at one of the folds.
Needs a table large enough to support it.

Overall: it's ok for what it is. People will lean on the rail, so you need a table wide enough to support it. I use it if someone wants to host but doesn''t have a table or mat. I prefer the playing surface over a neoprene mat, but it's not as convenient to carry around.
Thanks for the input,

My table would support this but it's could be a problem if taken to a another venue, i like the idea of having the rail where a neoprene mat doesn't - does the felt have any cushion underneath to soften/pad the playing surface?.
 
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