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It actually looks like a standard wood folding table, like this: [link]
Now that the plastic tables are so common you don't see the wood ones as much, which makes sense since they're such a pain in the rear.
thanks.. this is the table i got..
do you think if i put down the poker table padding and then the adhesive and velveteen on top it would all stay in place on the table if it's tightly staple gunned underneath the table?
i want to avoid putting adhesive down on the actual wodden top of the table
>I did something similar. Bought a folding table from Amazon for $80 that is 3' x 6' with 500+ pound static load limit. Tons of space to spread out. Beautiful polished wooden top and very sturdy. Deep enough to place your whole forearm on the table instead of picking at your keyboard like a T-Rex! :P
>Still haven't decided on drilling cable management holes because it's polyurethane varnish on what's essentially thick plywood. Not sure if the plywood around the cable hole would expand or fray over time. Also not sure how monitor mounts would work for pretty much the same reason, but if you're just plopping some monitors on it, which is what I currently have, it works great.
Here is a foldable table that is 3ft x 6ft. I use it everyday with my wife, and it can comfortably hold 6 people.
These are the the chairs I use with it. Stackable, holds up to 500lbs. Very comfy. Come in sets of 4.
So, I know it's wayyyy below $1,000 but most of the actual board game tables are built to spec, which takes time. So, what we've done, to hold us over until we can get an actual boardgame table was get this table and put this fabric on top (which is like a playmat or mousepad material).
It's by no means fancy, but it works really well for board & card games. Plus it's sturdy enough to stay up. It you wanted to up what you spend, you could add some nice office chairs so it's comfy for long gaming sessions.