"Needed something to cover tables when used for poker, this works very well if you play on wooden table. Cards can be hard to pick up on wood, this solves the problem and looks good too at a cheap price."
Andy Yates - Manchester, 29th September '11
"The cloth has stitch marks all down the side and has apparently already been used for something? Doesn't really matter I suppose but not expected."
Ben Cops - UK, 24th July '11
Drinkstuff says: We're sorry that you were disappointed with your order Ben. Our poker cloth is brand new and cut from a large roll for each order. There is a slight 'stitching' mark down each side of the roll, this is how the roll arrives to our warehouse. We can assure you that the cloth you received has not been used for anything else.
Please see our email regarding this.
"Fantastic quality and very fast delivery. Brilliant!"
Lisa Howard - Ipswich, 26th June '09
"Don't have doubts about this cloth as I am sure you will more than pleased with it."
Ricky Nelson - Lichfield, 8th June '09
"Is this in square metres or just stripes? If so, can you tell me the size individually thanks."
Joshua Le Cornu - Jersey, 25th April '09
Drinkstuff says: The Deluxe Poker Cloth is 1.5 metres wide and is cut in 1 metre strips, depending on the quantity ordered. i.e. if you order 3 metres, we will cut the cloth once at three metres. Your cloth would measure 3 metres by 1.5 metres.
"I originally bought a 'Poker Range' green felt cloth with printed Texas Hold Em layout on it (from a shop in London). Print quality was a bit rubbish, the felt was fairly cheap and lightweight. I have a largish table (6 seater) and it didn't fit very well. So I got 2 metres of this cloth (green). Am very impressed with it - the surface quality is great - feels like a casino table...has a very fine pile. I just cut it to the shape of the table, adding about 8" all the way round, boshed it roughly through the sewing machine to make a 1" hem, ran a cord all the way round and bingo - a perfect-fitting poker cloth that you tie underneath to pull it tight all over. Smashing stuff. PS - used it the other night and got a good few whiskey spills. Bunged it in the washing machine and it has come out fine - still looking good. You couldn't do that with the felt variety."
Mike - Surrey, 19th April '09
Drinkstuff says: Thank you for your review Mike. To show our appreciation, we have added 5 drinkstuff credits to your account equivalent to Â5 off your next order.
"Great product. It's a nice heavy cloth that doesn't slip around on top of my dining table. I thought I might have to pin it to the underside of the table, but, no, it lays loose on top and doesn't move. The cards slide nicely across its surface. Looking forward to my first poker game. In fact, it's so good, my wife is leaving the cloth permanently in place and is thinking of re-decorating the dining room all Gothic."
Steve Legg - Essex, 14th April '09
"I can only assume that the person who left the comment that the cloth was cheap curtain material, must be a competitor trying to steal trade from you. I was a tiny bit concerned after reading that comment but went ahead and bought the cloth anyway. I'm glad I did. The cloth arrived next day and is A1 PRO looking. Many thanks."
Paul Ward - Cumbernauld, Scotland, 27th February '09
"Ordered the blue deluxe poker cloth and it's great, really smooth and great for shuffling and dealing cards on, and best of all it's easy to push the chips over when you announce ALL-IN! Quality cloth. I'd recommend to anyone."
Chris N - Bolton, 20th January '09
Deluxe Poker Cloth
"I cut it to size to fit my table at home and played poker on it over Christmas. Someone spilled a glass of Baileys Irish Cream on it late on in the night and it washed out completely in the morning."
Robert Keogh - Ireland, 27th December '08
"This cloth is a piece of curtain material, wholly unsuited to playing cards on. Don't buy this. You will be disappointed. Either the other reviewers received a different sort of cloth, or the reviews were written by Drinkstuff. Shan't be shopping here again. You have been warned.
Drinkstuff says: Thank you for your order and review Patrick. This product is a very high quality poker cloth however will need to be stretched and attached to a table in order to achieve the best results. And as shown by the fact we have added your review Patrick, all of our reviews and comments are from genuine customers. "
Patrick Milne - Harrogate, 4th November '08
"This is a VERY high quality cloth for a very good price. After looking around, in my opinion you probably won't find a better deal elsewhere."
Paul Curley - Northants, 28th March '08
"Drinkstuff.com is has the best service the internet has to offer. I ordered this cloth in Bergundy from Ireland and it came to me in 3 business days after ordering it. Brilliant service!! Highly recommended! :)"
Adrian - Laois, Ireland, 9th September '07
"Anyone assuming this is baize is going to be very disappointed. It's nearer curtain silk. Truth is it's not actually too bad to play on, the reason I kept my material. I just don't understand why it's being sold as poker cloth when, if you asked anyone what they would expect from poker cloth, *everyone* is going to assume it's baize.
drinkstuff says: Thanks for your comments Steve, we purposely do not call our poker cloth baize as it is not meant to be. Baize is a rougher material and the deluxe poker cloth is what all our top poker tables we sell is covered in.."
Steve Owen - Staines, 18th June '07
"The poker cloth was real quality. The original one I received wasn't great, but without requesting a new one drinkstuff.com sent me another, which was delivered really quickly. Great customer service guys, thanks."
James Watling - Beckenham, Kent, 22nd March '07
"really nice cloth with nice weight and yet pretty thin-cards glide across the table wiht ease"
mik - leicester, 11th February '07
"The perfect playing surface to transform any dining table into a high stakes poker table for your 'Boys-Night-In' poker tournaments.
Even the beer spillage after a particularly exciting All-In washed out beatifully!
Can't wait to get the guys around for another poker night"
Rob Barnes - SE London, 26th January '07
"just the job
a.m.chapple - grimsby, 25th January '07
"bought a metre of each colour, want to build 2 tables, so can have tournament starting on 2 tables. good quality, might just be my imagination but the green one felt better but the burgundy looks better, cant wait to get them built now and get the guys round for huge tournament, need to get them all to bring chairs though."
Ian McCallum - Hamilton, 20th January '07
"Used the cloth when making my own poker table, its come up top class!!"
Paul - Cornwall, 24th November '06
"If you want to add that special and more professional feel to your poker games this is the cloth to go for. It has a very satisfying feel and has a lovely smooth dealing surface, but i would suggest using some coasters for those drinks because you wouldn't want to spoil this cloth hehe."
Matchou - IOW, 17th September '06
"top cloth am looking forward to making my poker table and playing on it. lovely feel to it can't wait.."
David Redshaw - Swindon, 27th August '06
"The cloth was for an old table top to give it a new lease of life.Pulled tight then stapled, the cloth is perfect for poker. Smooth for dealing and a lovely dark colour, I would highly recommend this for anyone who wants to build their own table at a fraction of the cost of buying one."
Paul Byrne - Glasgow, 9th April '06
"what am i meant to do with a cloth that needs streched an stapled to my table!! i was expecting to throw it on the table an play cards! but no not possible when it slides all over the place and gathers up under cards when trying to shuffle them!!
drinkstuff says: We apologise you're finding the Deluxe Poker Cloth difficult to use as a cover on a normal table, however as the description states it is designed to be stretched over a poker table base, ideally for a DIY table. If you are using it as a temporary playing surface then it will require 'pinning' to the underside of the table."
william halligan - eastkilbride scotland, 23rd March '06
"Cool cloth, is best used for making your own table as it works best when stretched."
Steve - B Stortford, 14th February '06