This is how you can start your own poker room:

This is a little more advanced stuff, but if you have plenty of time and the desire to make your own impression fast then you can definitely do this.

First of all, you will need to gather materials. One of the best places to start would be with your own home, where you have access to the dining room table. I would recommend that you start with a card table of some sort. Card tables are fairly inexpensive, you can buy them in most discount stores or at website shops for a little over $50. They have folding legs and can easily be stored away when not in use. A card table does not need to be very sturdy, but it should at least be able to support the weight of the player when they are playing. A card table will cost you around $100, but a dining table can be as low as $50. By buying these specifically for poker you can save a lot of money and all you have to do is match the table to your own needs.

A nice set of felt would be used if the table is to be used on a regular basis. The suited poker felt makes it easy to clean them. Simply wipe them clean in a warm water and let them air dry. A soft bristle toothbrush would also work, but you will need to have some soft bristle toothbrush somewhere around the house. This is especially helpful if you have young children.

Before you actually start construction, have you considered the space your poker table will be in? If you have a large room, it will be easy to accommodate the poker table and the accessories that go with it. This may include cup holders, chip racks, card decks, dice, and a finish that suits your personal taste. If you do not have a large enough room for the table, you can opt for a folding poker table. These are excellent for those who have a game room at their home, but who do not have room for a full size Texas Hold’em table.

When making the final decision on the table, have you considered the task of the equipment maintenance? It is important to consider how much it will cost to have the table maintained over time. Remember that this will depend on the kind of maintenance that is needed. You do not want to find out that the poker table you bought has no legs when you come home after a weekend of play.

When considering whether to buy a poker table, it is imperative that you take into account what your needs are and what can be included in your home. Make sure that the table you buy will fit these needs, and that it will also accommodate the same accessories that you want on your poker table. Also remember that this may not be a permanent change, as some poker tables are resin covered, which will eventually need to be replaced with a new poker table; so be sure to purchase a table that is in good condition.

How to Start a Poker Room