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Chris and Paul's Custom ten seat poker table - Chris and Paul's Custom Ten Seat Poker Table

Chris and Paul pulled out all the stops on this one.  They modified the plans to give their table angles where there are normally arcs.  The effect came out really nice.  They also customized the railing by adding finished wood corners with built in cup holders.  The racetrack features inlaid poker chips under the epoxy and that epoxy is thick.  Looks like its wet all the time.  Beautiful!  The table is topped off with a raised railing and rope lights.  Nice work Chris and Paul!

 


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 Comments

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#14 PlansStephen Ziegler II 2015-02-03 10:28
I would really like it if I could get the plans to this table as well. I am really looking forward to trying to build this beautiful table!
 
 
#13 Cupholder FinishSeth Jacobs 2014-04-15 09:28
I am building a table with many similar features as the one you built (because it is badass). I am about to get to the finish work and would like to know what you used to get the plastic-like finish on your cupholders. That would look great on my table. Thanks for the ideas and inspiration!
 
 
#12 RE: Chris and Paul's Custom Ten Seat Poker TableChris 2013-07-27 17:08
This table was a rediculous build. It ended up taking over 6 months to build including the table top. I wish I had the plans available for you guys but if anyone wants I can redraw the plans and put a pic of em up online. Really we kind of decided to wing it most of the way through the build.
 
 
#11 RE: Chris and Paul's Custom Ten Seat Poker TableChris 2013-03-18 21:09
I emailed you two pics but will send one of the table without the top on and the legs on. Living in a place with no dining room at the moment so you will have to be patient
 
 
#10 RE: Chris and Paul's Custom Ten Seat Poker TableChris 2013-03-18 21:07
Using long bolts from the bottom was the only way to get the padded rail on the only problem is that I bent the brass around the table so all the pads are connected essentially making it one piece so replacing any of the vinyl will be a task in itself
 
 
#9 RE: Chris and Paul's Custom Ten Seat Poker TableBYOPT 2013-03-18 16:16
Hey Chris,

I don't see any unpublished photos on this table. Are you sure it uploaded? If not, you can email it in to me and I will get it posted.

Thanks

Tk
 
 
#8 UpdateChris 2013-03-07 18:28
I have since added a pic of the table with the top. Just waiting for approval
 
 
#7 railReed Jorgensen 2012-09-05 13:50
How did you attach that rail? Did you use really long screws from the underside? Looks like you may have had a base and then attached another board that had been upholstered and that board was just glued on or something.
 
 
#6 PlansMichael Brewer 2012-08-09 13:48
Any chance of getting plans. Great looking table.
 
 
#5 plansBayRone Boydston 2012-05-18 13:04
I have recently decided to build a table. I was wondering if you had step by step of your design? possibly a materials list as well? I would greatly appreciate any assistance, as I am a disabled vet looking to do some hobby work on my free time.
 

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