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Old 07-23-06, 08:28 PM
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Interestingly, there is a new article posted on BBP that gives some tips on building your own table and where to buy chips, etc. http://www.blindbetpoker.com/news/home-game.html
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I recently picked up one of these poker tables that fold in half and sit on top of another table. I thought that it would be kinda hokey at first, but I am pretty happy with it.

I was going to build a table, but after playing with this little folding table, I have decided this is good enough. Maybe someday when I dont have anything else to do, I will build my dream table, but for the time being, this one is good enough!
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I recently picked up one of these poker tables that fold in half and sit on top of another table. I thought that it would be kinda hokey at first, but I am pretty happy with it.
I've played on those in local freeroll tournaments. They work well enough for my purposes, and the portability is a big plus.
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I would go with ebay. there are plenty of people on there who will ship to europe. even better the demand for chios and tables has decliend greatly so you can buy them on there very cheap. most sets these days are going through the entire auction and not having a single bid. only problem is that the shipping will probably be pretty high. I actually hav a couple of sets and may be willing to sell some of them if anyone is interested.
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They work well enough for my purposes, and the portability is a big plus.


It even has its own carrying case,,, It takes like 30 seconds to set up. Has chip holders as well as a beer holder.... cant beat it for the money.
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Has chip holders as well as a beer holder.

Ahh...somebody with their priorities straight.

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Agreed. You can't play poker with a ice cold beer in you hand and to have a cup holder to hold it for you so you dont have to worry about party fouls is a genious idea.
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I bought the standard 11.5 gram clay chips from of all places, Target. They were trying to get rid of what they had, and I got 500 for 39 bucks. They are great chips too.

The thing I noticed about online chips is, yeah, their a bit less expensive, but the shipping kills you.
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the REAL Clay chips are extrememly expensive... I guess it all depends on how serious of a game you are holding....

Me...I am fine with my 70 doller set I got off ebay. none of the chips are warped and they stack perfectly...
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My wife bought me a set of clay chips for Christmas last year. The box looks like an old book, which appeals to me. She got them at a discount store (Big Lots, I think.)
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