Save money, DIY
Not only am I going to show you how to build your own poker table for under $200, I'm also going to give you the free poker table plans as well as a step by step guide to teach you exactly how to build a poker table or poker table top.
Building your own poker table is actually an extremely easy task. You can build your own poker table in an afternoon with only two people. You could probably build a poker table in a day and a half by yourself. All you need are a few tools that you probably already own. The beauty is that you can build your own poker table for under $200. If you were to go out and buy a similar table from a gaming supply company you could pay up to $2000 or more. Saving yourself $1800+ for an afternoon's worth of work isn't too bad if you ask me.
Your first step should probably be to call one of your poker buddies up to help. They should be happy to lend a hand since the next time they play poker at your house it will be on a high quality poker table. If that's not enough incentive to get a little help you may have to offer to buy the beer that night. You may want to wait until after the work is done to drink it though because quality craftsmanship and alcohol go together about as well as power tools and alcohol. Neither are a good idea.
Now that you have a little help its time to learn how to build a poker table. Before you buy anything you better make sure you know exactly what color and design you want the playing surface and rail to be. Its a real pain to have to reupholster a poker table that you just finished building. Trust me Ive done it. When you choose the look of your table take a look at the room where you're going to put it. Make sure that the color scheme that you choose fits into the room.
Since you now have an idea of what your table is going to look like its time to gather tools and supplies. After that you'll move on to the poker table plans where you'll learn how to build a poker table. That means its time to Choose Your Poker Table Plans.
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