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Luxury Poker Tables and How Much They Cost

Home » Luxury Poker Tables and How Much They Cost

Luxury Poker Tables and How Much They Cost

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Luxury poker tables embody everything that premium poker represents. Their long-term durability and elegant finishing are worth the price, and there’s a wide variety of forms and styles from which you can choose.

A lot goes into choosing the right table, from the materials used to the types of games you can play. Some tables offer versatility that can match the variety of online casino games, while others are purpose-built for poker and nothing else. 

So what defines a luxury poker table? Which materials should you look for, and where will you find the best build quality? We’ll explore all there is to know about luxury poker tables, including the types you should focus on, which styles are available and how much you can expect to pay for a premium table.

Types of tables

First and foremost, there are three official types of poker tables: oval tables, octagon tables and circular tables. High-end foldout tables do exist, but they can’t compete with the level of opulence that fixed tables provide.

The shape and size of the table you choose dictates which types of casino table games you can play. As a general rule of thumb, oval tables are 92” x 44” x 30”, octagon tables are 48” x 48” x 30” and round tables are 48” x 60” x 30”.

Oval tables are used for both regular and online poker, as well as for all official tournaments. They can fit up to 11 players comfortably. If you plan on hosting live dealer casino games, it’s worth remembering that some tables are designed with a slight cut-out in the middle of one edge where the dealer will sit.

Permanent tables can range in price from a few hundred dollars to well over $10,000, depending on who makes the table and the types of material involved in the build. Elegant builds spare no expense when it comes to quality – which means quality will come with a steep price tag attached.

Material quality

Refined tables use a wide range of costly textiles, from exotic woods to Italian marble. Maple and cherry wood tables cost around $5,000, and mahogany tables push the price over the $10,000 mark. Anything beyond that point is simply a matter of how extravagant you want to be.

Whether it’s gold trim, plush leather railings or a velvet playing surface, personal preferences are the biggest decider of which tables will interest you. If you play a lot of online poker with friends, you already know how wildly varied table designs can be.

For example, the most expensive table in the world is the Akke Functional Art Poker Table, made from a combination of 15 rare types of wood. The Cavicchi Over The Moon Poker Table is the second-most-expensive table, which earns its asking price with polished brass inserts and hand-stitched leather.

Both of these tables cost over $50,000 each. If your budget doesn’t stretch quite that far, you will be glad to know that most luxury tables don’t cost that much. The main point here is that the materials and pricing of high-end tables can vary greatly.

Mass vs artisan

Poker chips and two ace playing cards on a green felt table.

Artisan tables offer exclusivity through customization, but you can’t just stroll into a store to buy one. On the other hand, mass-produced tables are far cheaper than their artisan counterparts, but that doesn’t mean you’ll have to sacrifice quality if you decide on a mass-produced option.

Artisan builds take time to complete, whereas mass-produced tables are always readily available. Each form of production has its own benefits, which offer buyers the freedom of choice and allows them to pick and choose any parts, styles and sizes they want.

Ultimately, nothing is stopping you from buying the table of your dreams. You could go as far as adding a built-in screen for the table, so you can play poker online for money or grab a few poker tournament tips while playing. As the saying goes, the sky’s the limit!

If playing online poker tournaments at your home table sounds like a great idea, all you need is a builder who can turn your dream into a reality. But if you want a simple table with elegant finishes, those are always available too.

Add-ons and custom builds

Strictly speaking, there are no limits to the size of a poker table. The number of custom options on offer is truly staggering, and almost every luxury table has the potential to be a one-of-a-kind model.

Many table makers offer additions to their standard models, such as LED lights and drinks holders. In other words, even mass-produced models can have different prices, depending on the types of textiles and additions you want.

You may have noticed that putting luxury tables in one ‘price box’ is easier said than done. When you combine their immense customizability with multiple high-end manufacturers, it’s easy to see why a price list would be impractical here. The only things that matter are build quality and personal choice.

Choosing the right table

A lounge with furniture and a red felt poker table.

Besides materials and optional extras, the last thing that defines a luxury table is its environment. The table should be a fitting addition to the room in which it’s placed, so the decision involves a few external factors as well.

Some tables are more luxurious than others, but there’s no point in buying a $50,000 table if you don’t play casino table games often. In the same way, you don’t need a full-size table if you never play with more than four to five people. Even the types of people you play with can influence the table you need.

Luxury tables prove their worth over time. If you want your investment to last, don’t hesitate to tell your guests that you expect a certain level of etiquette at the table. 

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