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    Poker Chip Rack

    I've been watching the World Series of Poker, and decieded it time to get all the poker chips out the the cardboard boxes and make a permanant home for them.

    Glued up some scraps of mahogany. the first pic is sanded to 220, the 2nd is the first coat of rattle can Shellac 3rd and 4th are finished product.

    It's heavy too, fully loaded it's 16 pounds.

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    Pretty slick!

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    Dan that's really cool. Brought back memorys of the late night poker games me and my brothers use to have years ago.Ofcorse there was a lot of drinking and other stuff to.
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    Cool !!
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    That is so cool. I have a friend who is a poker player . . . . hmmmmm.
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    Great idea, and well done, Dan.
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    Pretty sweet. Looks like you play pretty high stakes

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