Choosing the right poker table is easy if you’re not particular and just want something that can serve the purpose for the quick “once in a while” poker games you might have at home or even in the office break room. You can get inexpensive folding table tops that can be placed on top of any lunch table in the break room or on the dining room table, or you can pick up a nice poker table with folding legs that can be set up quickly and, like the table top, can be easily stored away when not in use.
On the other hand, if you’re a more serious player and want a permanent table for your man cave, game room or even the family dining room, then you need to take a little time to make sure you choose the right table to fit the room in which you’re going to put it. You need to make sure that you select the right size, style, the right number of player positions, with or without built-in dealer position, with or without built-in cup holders. Do you want it to be round, traditional oval, square or rectangular? If it’s going into the family dining room, you may want it to have a conversion dining top that will serve as an elegant dining room table while hiding the fact that there is a killer Texas Hold em poker table just under the dining surface. And, of course, you have to take your budget into consideration. You can spend as little or as much as you want, but whatever you choose, make sure that you can talk to a live person if you’re dealing with an online store so that they can answer all your questions and help you make the right decision. Click here to leave us your comments!
When my football team, the Texas A&M Fightin’ Aggies, plays great and destroys their opponent, as they did the University of Kansas Jayhawks in today’s game with a final score of 61-7, I just feel like I can’t lose and “all I wanna do is play cards.”
And Corb Lund reminds me of that with his song. So it’s time to break out the cards, set up the poker table tops and call the boys; it’s poker time!
We’re all looking forward to this weekend’s game between the Texas A&M Aggies and the Iowa State Cyclones. The Aggies will be driving hard to get their third win in a row, and although they are playing away from home they know that the Cyclones are coming off some tough losses; it’s their homecoming game and they need a win.
But if the Aggies play the way they did last weekend, they’ll be pretty much unstoppable. Iowa’s defense is soft against the run, so we’re guessing the Aggies will be using Cyrus Gray and C-Mike a whole lot. And I’m sure Tannehill will also take advantage of the amazing connection he has with Ryan Swope . . . and probably show some love to Fuller and EZY, as he uses his considerable skills to out-play, out-think and out-gun Iowa’s Quarterback Steele Jantz, just as he did Baylor’s Robert Griffin III and Texas Tech’s Seth Doege.
We are going to have to postpone our usual poker game to concentrate on the football game. Y ‘all know that we love football almost as much as poker and we know that when your home teams are playing, none of you minds folding up your poker table tops and turning on your big screen to cheer on your team. That is what we will be doing tomorrow as the Aggies BTHO Iowa State.