How to Choose the Right Poker Table For Your Home Games

Poker table requirements vary widely from person to person, but what table is right for your home game?
There are three basic types of poker tables available in the market and you should choose the most appropriate option based on table quality, price and available playing space.
All tables are typically approximately 84″ x 42″ (7ft x 3 1/2ft or 2100mm x 1050mm) and come with seat arrangements for eight or ten players. The gaming surface is usually made of high density MDF foam covered with vinyl, rubber or artificial suede for gaming.
A good quality table cover is essential for smooth reproduction, the surface should be soft enough to allow you to pick up the chips easily but strong enough to stack the chips without the risk of falling over .
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Option “Entry Level”. This is the cheapest way to get your own poker table. You just put the table on top of the existing table and it works. The main problem with this type of table is stability, unless the table above is the same size you need, although some Velcro straps can help with this and prevent the table from slipping. Good points on the poker table are by far the cheapest option and can be easily stored when not in use.
This is the intermediate option of the three and is a kind of compromise in every way. On the plus side, it can be easily saved if space is an issue and is cheaper than solid building models. On the other hand, the folding legs may be a little unstable. This is a great option for apartments or places that may have small children running around during the day.
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Poker table designed to stay in place. You’ll need more money and more space for this option, but it’s by far the best option for a realistic home poker experience. This type of poker table is usually shipped with legs apart and fixed where it should be, and is therefore the most solid and reliable table type available. The downside here is that they will cost more and the tables cannot be stored unless you want to separate them and arrange them each time you play. Aside from the rigidity of the building, one of the benefits is that you can feature a table in the spare room or game room.