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El_Tanque   United States. Sep 03 2020 06:26. Posts 355
Wow. Been a while. The last time I logged on a few years ago, someone remembered who I was and that they had met me at a house party in Vegas in 2009. The mind, and specifically the memory, of a poker player astounds me. Kudos to you. I am sure you will see this and remember me once again. I cannot, which explains my poor poker play.

Life has slowed down while picking up speed at the same time. I am married and have a kid now. Poker has taken a backseat to life. I absolutely love being a father, and it's been the absolute best experience of my life. The days are long, but the past year has been short.

You may remember, if you were at that epic party July 3, 2009, that I brought a beer pong table that I built. My fascination with being handmade things has continued, and now that my baseball career is over, I am trying to find a hobby to fill that void baseball has left me with.

I would like to make a high end poker table. I thought I would reach out to those with the same passion I had for poker to ask you all: if you were to buy a poker table for yourself... A nice table, a piece of furniture... What would you want in the table? What are some must have features, and what would you, as a consumer, avoid?

Thanks in advance.

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dnagardi   Hungary. Sep 03 2020 17:24. Posts 1695

hello.

octagon, with nice quality wood, robust, with lots of space / player. Something for rich business whos playing while sipping whiskey and smoking cigar



Baalim   Mexico. Sep 03 2020 23:56. Posts 33573

the positions of the arms, some tables have a high brim and you have to rest your arms like some paraplegic T-Rex to look at your cards.

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El_Tanque   United States. Sep 04 2020 01:10. Posts 355

I will post pics upon completion.

Why an octogon over a standard 10 person 8x4 foot table?

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Dinewbie   United States. Sep 04 2020 20:04. Posts 51


  On September 03 2020 22:56 Baalim wrote:
the positions of the arms, some tables have a high brim and you have to rest your arms like some paraplegic T-Rex to look at your cards.



+1 on this.

Btw I am Fujikura 

Dinewbie   United States. Sep 04 2020 20:06. Posts 51

Re octagon: Racetrack imo.

Btw I am Fujikura 

dnagardi   Hungary. Sep 04 2020 20:11. Posts 1695

i find standard 10 person 8x4 foot tables ugly. I have no problems with them in the casino or at tours, but not in my home. It has to be an elegant piece of furniture. I had an ugly one, but it was foldable and was only erected when needed.

symmetry, style, smoothness, like in the picture above

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El_Tanque   United States. Sep 05 2020 06:47. Posts 355


  On September 04 2020 19:11 dnagardi wrote:
i find standard 10 person 8x4 foot tables ugly. I have no problems with them in the casino or at tours, but not in my home. It has to be an elegant piece of furniture. I had an ugly one, but it was foldable and was only erected when needed.

symmetry, style, smoothness, like in the picture above



Fantastic feedback. Thank you.


 


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