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  • CanadianScroller
    Seek and ye shall find

    I love looking for plans online
    Here is a link for a poker table
    and here is one with dozens of free plans

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  • GrayBeard Phil
    For a life sized version, try google for Woodsmith Magazine. Woodsmith has their own forum also. Last Summer, IIRC, they had an issue with poker table that would take about 2 months, use every power tool you could want, plus a shop the size of a small barn for crafting and assembly; finishing & paint shop extra.

    For a scroll saw version, i.e. a model to put on a shelf, my suggestion is a project like that should be submitted to the SSW Design Contest. All kinds of good fretwork designs could be worked into the table top with card themes.


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  • moolcool
    started a topic Poker Table

    Poker Table

    Does anybody have any Poker Table plans? preferably 8 sided and cup holders and stuff.

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