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Poker felt value question

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Avsman17, Aug 15, 2015.

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  1. Avsman17

    Avsman17 High-Roller

    Nov 30, 2009
    Gloucester, VA
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    I struggled with where to pose this question, so I threw it here as it seemed to fit the miscellaneous area

    A few years back I was able to obtain a pair of authentic poker felts from the aria poker room. One is signed by a number of pros (jrb, Jeremy ausmus, grosspellier, Jen Harmon) and the other is plain. I was given three, and used one to make my home table with and the others have just been sitting around. I'm looking to head to Vegas sometime this upcoming year and thought selling the extra felts would be a good way to raise a few extra bucks to lose at the tables.

    Anyway, anyone have an input on value? I figure the plain one may be more desirable, except to maybe a hardcore poker fan. Thanks

  2. BTSyndrome

    BTSyndrome Low-Roller

    Oct 1, 2012
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    As with all things, it's most likely what you can get someone to pay for it vs. what you might value it at.

    Having built and sold a handful of tables myself... Unless I just had to have a casino felt,
    I would not pay any more for it then I would normally pay for the "really nice" suited speed cloth, that's about $55 for myself. (I don't care about an actual casino felt)

    Building a table for someone else... I would ask $100-115 and sell it for no less than $80.
    Just try and get what you think it is worth... it's already yours.

    Throw it on ebay with a really high reserve and see what people are willing to pay.

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  3. 33hard6

    33hard6 Tourist

    Apr 20, 2012
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    Not to advertise another board but 2plus2 poker would be your best bet for this post
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