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It's been a few years since I posted, but just wanted to share some new tables I made....
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Frank those are outstanding. I recall seeing your previous ones and being gob smashed . That’s quite a talent you got there .
Hey does the one in the first pic with the blue LEDs scroll text and stuff?
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Frank those are outstanding. I recall seeing your previous ones and being gob smashed . Thatís quite a talent you got there .
Hey does the one in the first pic with the blue LEDs scroll text and stuff?
Thanks for the compliments Rainman!! That table has a LED back-lit raised rail. Its a strip of stainless steel with custom cut letters / logos. Behind that is a strip of translucent white so the LED light comes through. LED also changes colors to anything you want, and flashes, fades, and strobes.....but that's a little too much for a poker game....lol
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Thanks for the compliments Rainman!! That table has a LED back-lit raised rail. Its a strip of stainless steel with custom cut letters / logos. Behind that is a strip of translucent white so the LED light comes through. LED also changes colors to anything you want, and flashes, fades, and strobes.....but that's a little too much for a poker game....lol
Are these custom orders for clients , or do you build them and advertise them?
Also wondering if you do the upholstery. I’m assuming the holes around the perimeter are drink holders . I don’t gamble so I don’t know much about this . Watched James Bond gamble a few times on tv,that was it

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Are these custom orders for clients , or do you build them and advertise them?
Also wondering if you do the upholstery. Iím assuming the holes around the perimeter are drink holders . I donít gamble so I donít know much about this . Watched James Bond gamble a few times on tv,that was it
All custom made to order. I've been building them for the last 13 years and have over 350 built.....and yes I upholster every one......and don't feel bad...I don't gamble either! lol
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All custom made to order. I've been building them for the last 13 years and have over 350 built.....and yes I upholster every one......and don't feel bad...I don't gamble either! lol
Wow 350 . Iíd have to say your somewhat of an expert

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Nice work, but whatever happened to the type of poker tables in the John Wayne movies?

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Those are amazing! Thanks for sharing such great work, I am in awe.
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I take it you're doing some work for casino customers? Really nice tables. I guess poker turned into a TV and regional "sport" at one point. Kindly tell me a little more about your business. I've spent my life as a business consultant and love to hear details of specialty businesses.

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I take it you're doing some work for casino customers? Really nice tables. I guess poker turned into a TV and regional "sport" at one point. Kindly tell me a little more about your business. I've spent my life as a business consultant and love to hear details of specialty businesses.
Hi DesertRatTom - I just kind of fell into it. I've always been a woodworker and build things for friends and family simply because I liked woodworking. One day someone asked me to make a poker table. I made it, and it was ok. For people wo know me, "ok" just doesn't cut it. So I made another one (better) and sold it. I think you see where this is going. Before long I made a website and kept at it. So I turned my hobby into a business. My clientele is primarily home owners who like to have a friendly home game, but I also have my fair share of the hustlers who run underground games. I've also made a few tables for professional WSOP players. My business is local.....as far as someone is willing drive to pick up, or as far as someone is willing to pay for me to deliver. I cannot ship because freight is ridiculous and also requires a custom crate to be made. As far as my shop goes....just working out of a one car garage. That's about all I got! Not an impressive story, but it is what it is!
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