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Poker Tables
by Thomas Barrington

Poker tables bring the feel of the casino to your home gaming. These tables offer the look and feel of Vegas. Playing at the right table can bring so much to the game. When you are at a kitchen or dining room table trying to play a game of poker, things can get awkward and seem almost second rate.

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Poker Tables Add a Professional Touch
The standard poker table is in an octagon shape. It seats eight players, one on each side. The player will have a place to organize their chips as well as hold a drink. We all like to have a beer, cocktail or soda while playing but know how bad spilling is in a game of poker. These cup holders will prevent anyone from spilling as they secure your drink firmly.

The top is going to be green felt a vast majority of the time. This surface allows the cards to slide in control upon the deal. It is delicate enough so the cards will not be ruined and absorbent for those mishaps with drinks that no one can prepare for. Felt is just the best material for a card table.

There are many different types of poker tables. First, there are the table top versions. These are the ones that you just put right on top of your existing table in order to make it a poker table. Then, there are the folding tables. These are put up and taken down very easily. Permanent tables are less frequent because not too many of us have room in our homes to have a table up at all times. Its usefulness is limited because the top is so sensitive.

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