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Nice work Buddy! Welcome to Lumberjocks glad you could join us!
 

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Nice work and welcome!

As a poker player, I would note that I don't like to play on tables with that border next to the rail, rather it be stone or wood. It makes it a lot harder to "peek" at your cards.
 

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I want to play cards now! The last time I played I lost $20. Yeah…over the course of six hours!

Nice table…I want one! What do you figure, a six player game? Is it beer resistant?
 

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great job looks super
 

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That is a really nice table. Great workmanship! Thanks for sharing.
 

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Welcome to lumberjocks….I take it that you live in the D/FW area. I'm Here in Sport/Bossier. Nice to see another jock relatively close. Great cardtable.
 

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great looking poker table… "all in" well done…
 

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Very nicely done. Beautiful looking table. Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom
 

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Ready for a party, great build.
 

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If you're building a couple each year on average, why don't you create a jig for the router to cut the curves. Simpler and true archs that way.

I want to have my advanced class build one and raffle it off as a fundraiser. Do you mind me asking what you charge for one?

Thanks, tooldad
 

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This particular table sold for $1800. The tables I have built average around $1500.
 
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