Round Table Plans

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Ive searched through the forums here, and i didnt see anything. Im thinking about building a smaller table for my semi regular 5-6 person game. Can anyone recommend a site where i can find plans. I need details, because unfortunately my carpentry skills are about the same as my poker skills.
 

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If you search this forum using the word Round, you will come up with numerous helpful threads.

https://www.pokerchipforum.com/sear...=1&c[nodes][0]=14&c[title_only]=1&o=relevance

Can you tell us a little more about what features you want in your table? Even though you have 5 or 6 regularly, I would build it to seat 7 or 8. I would suggest 56-58". I just completed a 58" round recently and would be glad to answer questions.
 

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If you search this forum using the word Round, you will come up with numerous helpful threads.

https://www.pokerchipforum.com/sear...=1&c[nodes][0]=14&c[title_only]=1&o=relevance

Can you tell us a little more about what features you want in your table? Even though you have 5 or 6 regularly, I would build it to seat 7 or 8. I would suggest 56-58". I just completed a 58" round recently and would be glad to answer questions.

When you say 58" is that the playing surface or total diameter to outside of rails? I was thinking of starting a round build here shortly.
 

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When you say 58" is that the playing surface or total diameter to outside of rails? I was thinking of starting a round build here shortly.
Total diameter to the outside of the rails. See my thread called Starting my 58" budget round that comes up in the search above. I would do 60" if you want 8 to be more comfortable and you have the room.
 

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Total diameter to the outside of the rails. See my thread called Starting my 58" budget round that comes up in the search above. I would do 60" if you want 8 to be more comfortable and you have the room.
Thanks for providing all the details in that thread btw. I also plan to have a round table built, and based on your experience I'll go with 60" instead of 54-58".
 

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Thanks for providing all the details in that thread btw. I also plan to have a round table built, and based on your experience I'll go with 60" instead of 54-58".
Glad it was helpful. Just be a aware, some people claim that reaching the middle to rake pots is difficult on a 60" I found it to be a complete none issue with a 58", so I don't know how it can be bad with a 60". What vinyl are you using for the rail? Stretching standard 54" vinyl over 60" can be tough, but people have done it.
 

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Glad it was helpful. Just be a aware, some people claim that reaching the middle to rake pots is difficult on a 60" I found it to be a complete none issue with a 58", so I don't know how it can be bad with a 60". What vinyl are you using for the rail? Stretching standard 54" vinyl over 60" can be tough, but people have done it.
Thanks, that's good to keep in mind. I haven't decided on details yet. If I don't build it myself I may have a local builder or a company like Gorilla Gaming build it for me.
 

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Glad it was helpful. Just be a aware, some people claim that reaching the middle to rake pots is difficult on a 60" I found it to be a complete none issue with a 58", so I don't know how it can be bad with a 60". What vinyl are you using for the rail? Stretching standard 54" vinyl over 60" can be tough, but people have done it.

How about 54" suede over a 72" table?

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When tables get to 60" round it's hard for the big guys to reach the center. Kinda get difficult...
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