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Poker Table Photos - Dan's lighted rail poker table with racetrack
This is the very first thing I've ever built from scratch on my own. I did a lot of research before I started, and I couldn't be more pleased with the results. I learned a lot and the next one I build there will be no surprises and it'll be even better. I bought all of the foam, vinyl, cup holders, and speed cloth from this site. I bought the top of the line option for everything, hopefully the materials will last a long time. I checked different sites and this is the best place to purchase your materials! I placed my order on a Wednesday and it got to my house the following Wednesday. I used instructions from 2 different table types, the lighted rail and the racetrack poker tables. It was very simple, but very time consuming. Staining and finishing the wood was, the worst, I hate waiting for things to dry. It took me 7 days to complete. If I had all of the materials when I started it would've taken 3-4 days. The upholstery of the rail was the hardest and most time consuming part. I recommend a helping hand for this part. My wife helped a lot, stapling the vinyl as I stretched it and held it in place. Once you figure out how to get the curves wrinkle free it's easy. The inside of the rail was much easier and quicker than the outside. I've already had one game night on it, with a beer spill and the water proof foam and fabric did its job and there is no trace of it whatsoever. Everyone, including myself, was amazed at how well the table turned out. I had one guy say he's going to build his own table after he left. If anyone has any questions I'd be more than happy to answer them. Thank you BYOPT!

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#2 RE: Dan's lighted rail poker table with racetrackDaniel Bray 2016-11-21 09:48
Sorry I'm so late responding, I was deployed and I just got back. I just made sure to drill the screws as close to the inside as possible. I avoided the vinyl and foam completely.
 
 
#1 Bottom piece of Wood on RailJosh 2016-05-11 11:45
How were you able to attach the piece of wood under the rail? I am looking to do the same but am afraid the foam and vinyl will get in the way. Please let me know it would be highly appreciated!
 

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