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  1. Poker Table Top

    This was taken from a design in some woodworking magazine. I think it turned out pretty well.
  2. Poker Table

    Well I've been a LumberJock for a few years and never posted any of my own projects, so here goes. I made this poker table a few years ago, way back before I even had a workshop. I used a jigsaw to cut the plywood and glue, staples and screws to put it together. For those of you that are...
  3. Poker Table

    This poker table built from Texas Mesquite and Rocky Mountain Juniper. The customer wanted Turquoise stone inlays to which we happily obliged. The top was built from 12/4 Mesquite with a Mesquite log for the post. The chair seats are also Mesquite with Juniper for the bases. The connection...
  4. an expanding cherry dining/poker table

    the first table above is one we finished last week and it is based on the third photo which is of a table we built about 7 or 8 years ago … the pedestal column is different, but the edge and center inlays are the same. lots of pictures (about 25) and steps detailed on my dorset custom furniture...
  5. Urushi Poker Table

    A couple of months ago I was at a garage sale and found an old water damaged poker table for 25 bucks. As it turns out is was quite old which meant it was made of actual solid wood instead of particle board or MDF. I had always wanted a poker table so I decided I would buy it, take it apart and...
  6. Card Table Top

    Some gents at a local organization wanted an upgraded table for their regular card games. This one similar to what they had, just better woods and finish. No base, they just wanted a top to go over an existing plain table. Red oak from my own place with Hond. mahogany. Padded felt of the...
  7. Poker Table

    Just finished my first woodworking project. Here it is, my poker table. Got the plans off the internet. Had a lot of fun making this table and am looking forward to inviting some friends over for some Texas Holdem. Hope you like it.
  8. Poker table with folding legs and wahoo game board

    My daughter got engaged and moved in to a little apartment with her BO. We are big game players we love playing wahoo but we call it DON'T GET MAD then poker and dominoes. Anyhow its a small one bed room apartment with little room so i did folding legs instead. I wish i would of took a few more...
  9. Seahawks Poker Table AKA: the best poker table EVER!

    PLEASE FORGIVE ANY TYPOS AND MISSPELLINGS… I am posting on my phone and I miss letters often and my spell check doesnt work on here. It has been a long time since I have posted any porojects. This one took me a long time because I had to get creative with obtaining materials due to being laid...
  10. Poker Table

    This was my first project ever attempted. I knew nothing of what joints to use or how to make them for that matter. I had limited tools and of which was a very cheep router that was bought new at the begining of the project and died at the end. Lesson learned dont by cheep tools you'll regret...
  11. poker table

    We built this table, because we were in need of a good poker table. So we got some plans off the internet, and built it out of birch ply wood, the legs are made out of popular. Poker Table, this project was done with only a jig-saw, we didn't have very many tools at that time. The legs were...
  12. Poker table

    Poker table and garage. Both get alot of use! But not for parking cars. LOL The cpl of other pic's are the garage. Not to brag, but all men should have a urinal in their garage>.... Cool huh? Wife and I did the remodel. She is a great partner, until she tells me how I'm doing it wrong! LOL...
  13. Poker Table

    A friend of mine who hosts our monthly poker game was talking about ordering a table online for over $3k. I told him I had never tried something like that, but I thought I could make him one for just the cost of materials alot cheaper than that. It ended up being just under $1000 for all the...
  14. Dining and Poker Table

    I was commissioned to make this piece as a Christmas present for the clients husband. The table is made from recycled Ipil. The chairs are also from recycled Ipil and saplungan for the arm rests. The cushions are from leather. Had to make it a six seater as the area could only accommodate a...
  15. Poker Table for 10

    Hi, Here's my first major woodworking project - a poker table that I built last year. I had a very limited "collection" of tools at the time, so I did the best with what I had. It included: Hitachi Jigsaw CJ110MV Arrow ETFX50 Electric Stapler Black & Decker 18v Drill I also built 3 saw...
  16. First Wood Project - Poker Table

    This was built a few years ago as a first woodworking project. I learned a lot from this project. The lessons learned were: 1 - Cheap tools will give you cheap results: It does make sense to spend the extra $ to get more precise tools 2 - Measure twice… actually measure 3 times… 3 - Plan 4 -...
  17. Poker Table

    Well it is finally done…This is my new poker table. The base is made up of birch plywood and then i used bendable plywood to make the curves in the center. Everything is stained with general finishes gel stain cherry i think. Now its time to go lose some money on this baby! Might i add that i...
  18. Poker table

    Here's my poker table that I made about 5 years ago. Probably my first dabble into woodworking. Still playing games on it today. Got the plans online. Thanks for looking.
  19. Octagon Poker Table

    This a 54" octagon poker table that I made for my sister and her husband. Ended up putting about 6 of these tables together. I use the Kreg pocket hole jig system for the majority of the frame work. Made from white oak and finished with a mahogany stain and laquer. I have one more table...
  20. Poker Table

    This was the first poker table that I built for some friends and you can't see it in the pictures but it has fold up legs underneath it so that it looks like a solid table with no crease down the middle but folds up to be around 8" thick. Even though it is 5' tall you can roll it into just about...
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