Poker Tables

January 21, 2011

Harley Davidson Folding Poker Tabletop

harley_poker_tabletop.jpgHarley Davidson and Poker - two badass tastes that taste great together!

Unlike other poker table tops, this table is larger giving extra room at each of the eight player positions. The table comes with padded rails, drink holders and is made in a four-fold design allowing for easy storage and transport. Bring the casino with you the next time you play poker.

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November 15, 2010

84-Inch Folding Poker Table

folding_poker_table_84.jpgIf you're looking to hold an ongoing poker night, or even an occasional one, but you don't have the dedicated space for a full-on poker table, here's the compromise for you. This 84" x 42" folding poker table from Fat Cat features a green cloth playing surface and a cushioned rail with 10 built-in drink holders. The legs are steel with solid bracing, and the whole table folds up easily to get it out of the way when you're not playing.

At Fat Cat 84-Inch Folding Poker Table

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October 11, 2010

Da Vinci 8 Player Folding Poker Table Top

davinci_holdem_tabletop.jpgPlaying Hold 'Em can be great no matter the setup - from kitchen table to basement card table - but adding a casino-style tabletop to the mix can really help build the mood. Plus, the felt makes it easier to pick up your cards, and it's just kind of badass all around.

The Da Vinci Texas Hold 'Em tabletop is 52" in diameter with a green felted tabletop and cup & chip holders for eight players. It folds twice for easy portability, and comes with its own rugged carrying case.

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February 6, 2009

Gameland Sports Hold'em, Craps, and Blackjack Table Top


What's not to love about a 3 way poker table top - well - you'll still need the table. This 8 player position poker table comes complete with trays for poker chips and a drink holder. The table's felt is marked with a white border, signifying the "live area" in which to bet and where your community cards would lie. This black table top has a really nice feel to it. The best thing about this table top is its convenience. It is very easy to travel with as it folds in 4. Its not very heavy for travel but it is solid enough for durable use. Folding the table reduces the size to 16.5" by 33" for easy storage in a closet or under a bed. The table is made from 3/4 inch wood and covered with a professional style black felt. It is a 66" x 33" table top which fits very nicely onto a card table or any kitchen table and instantly tranforms it into a poker table.

At Gameland Sports Hold'em, Craps, and Blackjack Table Top

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January 2, 2009

RFID-Enabled Poker Table Knows Every Card in the Deck and on the Table


Looking for the ultimate poker table setup to make the game both legit and also trackable without the "hole cam"? This setup uses tiny RFID cards attached to each card, and movements are monitored with four separate HD cameras, all running into a video encoder to create a live feed. The setup cost Milner about $7000 and three months to build, and Milner, a chairman of an IT company, loves the level of detail it brings to his games.

Via Gizmodo at Video Poker Table

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October 23, 2008

How to Put an LCD in your Poker Table


Holding a home poker tourney can be challenging, but if you have the right tools it can go much more smoothly. We just found this HOW TO article on how to put an lcd display in your poker tbale to show the blinds - etc. going up. Very cool.

If you're like us, you like to hold a home poker tournament every once in a while. My friends and I have been doing this for a few years, and have become used to using a computer or laptop as a blind clock, and to keep up with game and player statistics.

A friend and I have been wanting to re-cover a used table he'd been given several months ago. A few weeks ago, while thinking about where in the "Poker Room" the blind clock computer was going to go, I was struck by the crazy idea of just putting it in the middle of the table. It seemed ridiculous at first, but the more we thought about it, the more we realized it had to be done.

This Instructable is going to go through the overall process we went through to re-cover the table, but focus primarily on the steps we took to mount the LCD right smack in the middle of our poker table.

At Put an LCD in your Poker Table

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May 8, 2008

Game Room Area Rug

Game Room Area Rug

In keeping with the fine furnishings at Touch of Class, comes this Game Room Area Rug. It is the perfect match to the pendant light we looked at earlier this week, and it is a very attractive accent to a poker room.

From Touch of Class:

Reno Game Room Area Rug revels in the history of the West's original casino city. The beige field sets off the border of card suits on tan and bark. Framing bands of white, red, and black complete the recreationally themed rug. The .5" thick polypropylene rug is machine woven in the USA.

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May 6, 2008

Poker Stained Glass Pendant Light

Poker Stained Glass Pendant Light

We have often stated the importance of good lighting when creating the perfect poker setup, and this beautiful pendant light can provide just the kind of classy and cozy atmosphere that a good poker room needs.

Here's the blurb from Touch of Class:

Card enthusiasts will have an ace up their sleeve with the Card Chandeliers by Meyda Tiffany. Glass is artfully stained in olive and cream with black accents. Hardwire lights to your existing junction box or simply use the in-line switch. UL listed chandeliers come complete with canopy kit, chains, wiring, and instructions for hanging. Pendant has approx. 15' of wire and 12' of chain. Light uses your 100W max. bulb.

Poker Pendant Light is made of stained glass and brass.

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March 26, 2008

Weber VIP Hold'em Table

Weber VIP Table

If its the highest quality you seek in a table in your home, then why not just go with a table the real casinos would use? This gorgeous table from will draw the eyes of any poker enthusiast, and its sure to hold up to the toughest of use.

Here's a snip about the manufacturer:

Weber's Casino line of holdem tables uses the highest quality materials in the construction of their poker tables. Weber's Casino Poker tables and equipment have to stand up in the 24/7 Casino environment. They have to build equipment for the 500lbs player as well as the 90lbs Player. Weber's Casino equipment must be able to take the constant punishment of the Casino players. Typical furniture is only used part of the day, weather it be work furniture like chairs and desks or Home furniture. Casino equipment must be stronger and in turn last longer to handle the 24/7 use and abuse from the Casino Patrons, at Weber Casino Tables they keep this in mind when building their equipment.

And while the price tag of $3,499 may give some pause, sometimes quality just costs more. On the bright side, at least the shipping is free.

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March 19, 2008

Green Felt Table With Foot Bar

Green Felt Table With Foot Bar

We believe that playing poker is a time to relax. Even if by relaxing we mean fleecing your best friends of twenty bucks in a friendly game. And one thing we like to do when we relax, is put our feet up. This can present a problem with most tables, as there is usually no way to park your treads while you stare into the eyes of an opponent to determine if he's bluffing or not.

But we need not worry any more, now our accidental games of footsie can come to and end thanks to some sweet tables over at American Gaming Supply. Thank you, Thank you AGS, for showing us a selection of tables that give our feet somewhere to keep out of trouble.

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March 5, 2008

Drink and Dinner Cart for Your Poker Gatherings

Drink and Dinner Cart

When setting up for the big game night, you more than likely have the basics covered. You have your big table, you have comfortable chairs, you have Kem cards, and you have the finest set of chips around (naturaly because you read JustTheChips). But have you taken care of the other details of a long poker game?

Its one thing to toss a beer glass into the cup holder on the table, but its quite another to try to find a place to put that plate of chicken fingers, or that bowl of pretzels. And so you have the need for an area of space that is near the gaming table, but apart from it. You need a drink and dinner cart, just like at the casino! The one pictured here is a high grade cart available from, and its a very sturdy and reliable model. Whats nice about these is you can get a dinner cart or a drink cart separately, or together, and if you have both, then they tuck neatly into each other to save some space.

So don't leave your friends trying to hold their dinner in their lap, get some nice drink and dinner carts to keep the game flowing!

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February 28, 2008

Log Poker Table

Log Poker Table

For those that enjoy the rustic look, look no further than Rustic Billiards for your log poker table needs.

As expected, they even have a selection of rustic pool tables if that is more your style.

Here's a little bit from the site about their craftsmanship:

Our craftsmen have extensive antique furniture knowledge, proven construction techniques and exquisite craftsmanship, we take great pride in selling tables with expert accuracy and loving care. Custom woodworking using a variety of proven old-fashioned construction techniques in order to create that perfect pool table, ie. half-blind to sliding dovetails, mortise-and-tendon, and bowlock joints, these unique pieces are built tough and are as reliable as quality antiques from yesteryear were and still are.

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February 8, 2008

Chadwick Game Tables

Chadwick Table

If you are in the market for a high quality, exotic looking table, then look no further than Chadwick Tables. They have a wide selection of tables, in various woods, finishes, top cloth styles, and bumper styles. You can surely find one that suits your tastes and needs.

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January 24, 2008

Three in One Bumper Pool - Dining - Poker Table


If you're the kind of player who also likes to play pool, but you just dont have a place big enough for a full size pool table, an excellent alternative is to get a three in one poker table that has a bumper pool and dining table configuration.

Whats nice about these kinds of tables is that they provide a whole slew of entertainment in a small round configuration. Now bumper pool certainly is no full size pool, but it does offer some decent gaming fun, and it can be quite challenging, even to expert pool players.

Here is some info offered on this $999 beauty offered at :

* 54" Round * Antique Walnut Finish * Dining Table * Poker Table * Bumper Pool Table * Poker side: 8 built in drink holders with 8 sections to hold your chips * Retractable pockets * Black Leatherette Poker top * Top and base of selected hardwoods and veneers * Solid wood foot pedestal * Includes accessories: Balls & Sticks

Matching chairs will cost you an additional $250 each, but the whole rig would look pretty silly with you and your friends just standing around it the whole time.

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