Your preferred felt color?

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Darkish and mostly neutral felt, with just a dash of color(s) with the bet lines (1 or 2 thin color lines). It better sets stage for chips and cards to POP, and seems most versatile with variety of chips without color clashing.
Not a fan of distracting graphics. Splashed pots and mucked cards are busy enough.
I favor something clean and uncluttered like this:
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Thanks for the images! The bottom one with the blue/gray/green combo is cool. That may be in the running.
 

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Custom table 60" from the master Tony Chan is in line for a build and time to select a felt color/graphic.
Looking at larger vs smaller center graphic and wondering if a lighter field (charcoal? gray?) would play better than solid black.
Rail is black.

Any input?

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Custom table 60" from the master Tony Chan is in line for a build and time to select a felt color/graphic.
Looking at larger vs smaller center graphic and wondering if a lighter field (charcoal? gray?) would play better than solid black.
Rail is black.

Any input?

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Firstly, congratulations on your choice of a Chanman table. An heirloom piece if there ever was one.

Just watch out if you use lots of solid black chips in your sets unless they have bright/highly contrasting inlays.
 

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Im a man who likes classic. Deep green, with red/blue or orange/brown decks and standard chip colours - white/red/green/black. Works well for me and the contracts between the Milano $25 (when oiled) and the table is good)...

I used I think Emerald Green cloth when I re-upholstered my barrington table...

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