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First off, I just want to say good luck to everyone - it's good to see a positive turnout so far.I would like to try and to translate all this attention into some tangible information that will produce future product lines - because after all, our tables are all engineered with the players in mind. For those who enjoy giving feedback, what do you look for in a quality poker table (size, features, rail width, cup holders, legs, etc)? Give it some thought and let me know, we may just come out with your ideal table and name it after you! We have 3 new table styles coming in mid-April that should break quite a few of the conventional standards in poker equipment retail - without spilling the beans, each of the tables will have unique characteristics not found in similar priced tables online. "Better than the industry standard at prices lower than the industry standard" is still our mantra. Stay tuned for more details....
I dislike cupholders. They encourage drinking at the table, and my chips keep falling into them. Similarly, while I like the looks of a racetrack, I don't like playing on one. I hate the sound of my chips clacking on the wood.I like a cushiony rail, but it has to be sturdy too.I hate a playing surface that fails to let the cards glide correctly (either too sticky or too slick).Like DD, I don't even think about legs for the most part. But I do think a lighted rail is pretty cool. I forgot about that........I have never played on one, but I think their cool as hell. I think it would be neat to have a "removable" dealer space, of sorts. Actually, it would probably be a removable player space, so that if you gained a dedicated dealer somewhere down the line, you could remove a chunk of the table in the middle that would be where the dealer sits, and put it back if you had a full table. If that makes sense at all. Another cool option that I forgot about, Thanks
What are your feelings on tables with cupholders versus tables without cupholders, and why?
The removable dealer space is a crazy idea! - I love it.