Best Folding Poker Table - Portable Poker Table Review

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A Fold Up Poker Table can make your game more fun and exciting. Your home games will never be the same after you have one. This tip will overview several of the advantages of having your own fold up poker table. The same features and advantages also apply to usage in a bar or club featuring holdem as an activity.

As an overview, a fold up poker table comes in two types. One where the top is one unbroken piece and the legs fold up, the other where the surface itself folds in half as well as the legs folding up below each section. The major benefit of the second is it needs much less room for storage. Also, it costs a lot less to transport it reducing your overall cost noticeably.

Atmosphere: The foremost advantage of a fold up poker table is the casino sound and sensation you get when you play on them. The felt is stretched out over a pad that muffles the clatter of the chips when they hit the table and the other chips. This makes for a pleasant "plink" sound that will remind you of a Vegas table. It also helps reduce the poker chip bounce. The superior felt makes for an easy glide of the cards across the table and the lively colors all enhance the experience of the game.

Options: Fold up poker tables come in a number of sizes and mostly two shapes, octagon and elliptical. The oval tables are elongated and can accommodate as many as 10 people depending on their measurement lengthwise. The octagonal tables seat up to 8 people. Almost all fold up tables have built in drink holders to keep your cocktail from being knocked over on the table. They also have a comfy cushioned arm rest that circles the table.

Portability: Another gain to fold up poker tables above the permanent ones is they are transportable. You are able to fold them up and take them to a game at a friend's house. I should advise you however that they are extremely heavy so this is a two man task. Also because of their size you will require a truck or big SUV because they normally will not fit in the trunk of a car or the back seat, even the bi-fold ones.

You can set up a fold up poker table in a matter of seconds and are equipped for some serious poker. Then when you are done with it, simply fold it up and place it in the garage or beneath a bed and you now have your room back. You can't do that with a permanent poker table.

The author, John Van Sciver, is a retailer of home poker products and supplies.Article Source:

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