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I do a little bit of wood working. I currently make Cornhole and Washer boxes and do several of these. We have a group of guys that get together 2-3 times a month to play cards and I have not been able to host as I did not have a big enough table for playing on. We usually have between 5-9 guys. I had been looking for a table but had not seen anything I liked. Came across a kit on Amazon and saw it was from BYOPT, so I researched this site. I want to give credit to the very easy to follow directions and several of the already posted pics that other people have posted. I ordered the Racetrack kit, received it very quick and began the process, after 2 weeks of here and there in the evening and a little on the weekends, here is my process and completion.

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#6 RE: Todd's firstTodd Droege 2017-07-31 10:55
Quoting Michael Schroeder:
How well do the chip holders work? Do people use them, and how many chips do they hold? I'm assuming you just used a router for these?


We mainly play with quarters, so I bought a router bit to fit them. Each one hold $15.00 worth and yes they are used.
 
 
#5 Chip HoldersMichael Schroeder 2017-06-16 14:23
How well do the chip holders work? Do people use them, and how many chips do they hold? I'm assuming you just used a router for these?
 
 
#4 RE: Todd's firstTodd Droege 2017-03-28 12:42
Quoting Chris Kearns:
Wow!! This table turned out great!! I really like how you integrated chip holders right into the racetrack. I've never seen that before. Very cool idea!!! Thanks for sharing the photos!!


Thank you for the compliments!
 
 
#3 RE: Todd's firstTodd Droege 2017-03-28 12:41
Quoting Antonio M Milani:
That is flat out gorgeous. I WAS going to post pics of mine, but now..... sheesh!

Thank you! Please post your pics, I reviewed just about every pic on here before I started my build, just to see what and if I wanted to make any changes to the plans. All of the pics were a huge help.
 
 
#2 RE: Todd's firstAntonio M Milani 2017-02-14 16:28
That is flat out gorgeous. I WAS going to post pics of mine, but now..... sheesh!
 
 
#1 RE: Todd's firstChris Kearns 2017-02-08 16:11
Wow!! This table turned out great!! I really like how you integrated chip holders right into the racetrack. I've never seen that before. Very cool idea!!! Thanks for sharing the photos!!
 

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