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What are the dimensions of those Pai Gow tables? Do you think they are big enough for 10 + dealer (i.e. 4 on the long side, 2 on each end, and 1 on either side of the dealer cut out)?


Bags of 'clay' chips (smirk)

They are around 85"x45". Our 8 pottery tables are normally 84x42, though they are plenty big for 9 players. 10 is a squeeze. The rectangle with rounded corners has more rail space though than an oval.
 

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Normally I'd use for 10 max, but there might be the odd time I'm looking for 10+1. Any chance I can drop by Fri morning to take a quick look? I know you're busy so I don't want to disrupt. Just to eyeball it.
 

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What time on Friday morning? Someone should be here, let me just go run over to that side now and see how buried those tables may be.

Mike
 

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More tables. What they called "poker" tables are actually these rectangular shaped tables which are Pai Gow tables. Easy to refelt though to turn into poker tables.

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And glorious chips, super high quality official casino weight and all!

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Some bags of China clay please :):):)
 

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They are around 85"x45". Our 8 pottery tables are normally 84x42, though they are plenty big for 9 players. 10 is a squeeze. The rectangle with rounded corners has more rail space though than an oval.
For those of you wondering, we haven't started making pottery tables. We do have 8 player tables though.


Normally I'd use for 10 max, but there might be the odd time I'm looking for 10+1. Any chance I can drop by Fri morning to take a quick look? I know you're busy so I don't want to disrupt. Just to eyeball it.
For 10+1, you'd most likely need to put an insert into where the dealer tray goes. It would be a bit of a squeeze. Depends on if the players are more the size of you and Tony, or the size of me. 11 of you and Tony would be ok. 11 of me would be,,,, friendly.

And I just got back from the other shop to have a look. They are stacked in a corner, so somewhat accessible , however they don't have the legs on them, and are stacked rail to rail, so I don't know how helpful it would be to see them. You're welcome to come by though.

Mike
 

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Roulette wheels!!

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Bonus shot. Spot the top hat and cane.
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