Close-up performance table

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Postby Guest » 05/20/07 07:17 AM

Hello all-

I know this question has been addressed before but a search could not find the thread.
My question is who makes the Close-up Tables(and where can I find them, I guess) seen in many of the older A-1 videos and most recently in the new DVD "The Expert at the Card table" by MM with Wesley James.
Thanks in advance!

Michael
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Postby Guest » 05/20/07 11:09 AM

I think the one in the new Wesley James DVD set is the same as L&L used to advertise in their catalog.

Jim Zee Magic
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Postby Guest » 05/20/07 12:31 PM

Thanks Brian!

Indeed they look identical! I appreciate your help.

Thanks again,
Michael
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Postby Guest » 05/21/07 08:13 AM

You won't go wrong with the quality.
I purchased his sit-down table and close-up table over 9 years ago and they are still almost like new.


Tom Wolf
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Postby George Olson » 05/21/07 01:07 PM

The Tabman Buskers table is really beautiful and affordable if you can find one.

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Postby Guest » 05/21/07 01:31 PM

Tabman tables are still being made.

Here is a link

http://tabmantables.com/
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Postby Guest » 05/21/07 07:14 PM

Thanks Tom for the additional testimonial!

Thanks George and Ray for another option...these tables look very nice also!

Michael
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Postby Guest » 05/22/07 05:50 AM

While not as fancy as these expensive tables (but you get what you pay for with those) Michael Ammar offers plans for a simple little table that you can construct yourself. It would be an inexpensive alternative if you just need a smaller basic table or until you can purchase something nicer.

Ammar Table Plans
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Postby Guest » 05/23/07 07:11 AM

Interesting Brian... I hadn't seen tis table before.
Indeed I was looking for a table for my home office which would be nice enough to stand up to my wife's discriminating tastes, such as the Zee table etal., but the Ammar table may be a nice portable table for other areas. I will have to check it out...thanks!
Michael
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