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Wow! The red storm stadium backdrop really makes that awesome table pop even more. Very impressive.
 

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Lots of very nice poker tables in this thread! Here's a picture of my first (and so far only) home made table. Not nearly as fancy as many others. But to my defence it was built on a tight budget back in 2005. It's built from a standard dining room table and has had different legs during the years and also been used as a table top. Right now it's placed on a couple of bucks (english?) from Ikea. Actually very stable. The rail is laying loose on the table and the plastic cup holders have a clip that slides under the rail.

The table has served me well and seen a fair share of home games but since I do not have a dedicated poker room this table is about to be replaced by a table top in the near future.
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So the dedicated poker table is being replaced by this new foldable table top. Really happy to find such a large table top (61"/155 cm outer diameter) which makes a perfect fit for the round dining table.

Obvious downside is the joint and the shallow cup holders. The felt is thick but has a strange feel to it which I don't like. Next step will be a custom neoprene poker mat (just to place on top) that will take care of both the feel and the joint.

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Best solution would be a decently thick neoprene mat and a custom wooden rail (probably in two pieces) for the dining table, to prevent cards from sliding off.
 
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