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Triumph Sports USA Rush Creek Log Cabin Style Octagon Poker Table

Item# 268-TSU014-1-AF | Model# 37-0005 | Added on July 24, 2015 |
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Triumph Sports USA Rush Creek Log Cabin Style Octagon Poker Table
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Crafted from kiln-dried hand-selected pine logsHand-sanded and hand-applied skip peel finishDedicated stations for 8 playersBuilt-in drink and poker chip holdersReinforced joints and heavy-duty counter-sunk boltsAdjustable leg levelersMeasures 48 Dia. x 30.25 H inchesAssembly required. With the Rush Creek Octagon Poker Table in your game room you don't have to head to the nearest saloon to try your hand against local card sharks. Now you can invite friends and family to your own rustic table for a regular game. This hand-crafted poker table features eight playing stations complete with drink and chip holders to make any cowboy feel comfortable. Adjustable leg levelers ensure a level playing surface. Whether players can expect an evenhanded game is up to you and the cast of characters you welcome to your classic saloon-style poker table. Hand-crafted QualityEach piece of Rush Creek's solid-pine handcrafted furniture has a skip peal finish and is kiln-dried for 60 days. Every joint is glued twice with expansion glue while heavy-duty bolts are counter-sunk one-quarter inch into the logs and are fitted and then refitted to the exact size. Every log is hand-sanded twice before the hand finish is applied. Each Rush Creek item is fully assembled before it is packed and shipped. About Rush Creek Pine Furniture Rush Creek has become a leader in affordable handcrafted pine log game tables furniture and accessories to complete the ultimate rustic game room. We pride ourselves on ... read more
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