Poker Sets, Tables & Accessories

Poker Sets, Tables & Accessories

We have made available a range of good quality Poker sets, Poker tables and table-tops plus some premium quality Playing cards from COPAG and Kem. Best quality Poker equipment and accessories from some of the best names in the Poker industry.

 

A great range of quality Poker chip sets

A good range of poker table tops and mats, perfect for a Poker night at home

Our range of folding Poker tables

Our range of high quality wide-style Poker playing cards

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

These are bundles including all the equipment you will need for a great Poker night at home

 
 
 
 



















 

Poker Chip Sets

A great range of quality Poker chip sets. We have sets for every requirement and budget available.

29.49

38.90

39.90

95.90

 

349.90

498.90

48.90

 











 

Poker Table Tops & Mats

A good range of poker table tops and mats, perfect for a Poker night at home.

38.90

46.90

54.90

54.90

Octagonal high-quality poker table top with cup holders and chip trays. Folds into 4 pieces.

Good quality octagonal folding poker table top with chip trays and cup holders for up to 8 players

Large high quality Poker Table Top with chip trays and cup holders for up to 8 players

High quality playing card cloth for Poker, Blackjack and any card game. Baize has with a nicer feel and lasts considerably longer than felt. Suitable for events companies and regular use.

 
 
 
 
 

From 64.90

From 69.90

 
 

Large high quality folding Poker table top with suited speed cloth. For up to 10 players.

Large high quality folding Poker table top with suited speed cloth & inner wood effect racetrack.

 
 
 











 

Folding Poker Tables

Our range of folding Poker tables. High quality, professional standard tables that are well suited to clubs and events as well as home use.

 
 

From 104.90

From 188.90

198.90

 
 











 

Premium Wide-style Poker Playing Cards

Our range of high quality wide-style Poker playing cards.

From 22.99

From 17.99

16.49

Out of stock

The best and most robust playing cards in the world

Long Life 100% PVC, matt finish

Long Life 100% PVC. Very wide

100% plastic playing cards from the famous Brazilian manufacturer. Poker format with peek indexes. Extremely durable

 
 
 
 
 

From 16.49

8.49

 
 

100% plastic playing cards from the famous Brazilian manufacturer. Poker format with peek indexes. Extremely durable

Not 100% plastic. Branded plastic-coated cards.

 
 
 











 

Home Poker Bundles

These are bundles including all the equipment you will need for a great Poker night at home. They include Poker table tops and all the cards and chips you will need.

 
 
 
 

93.90

82.90

 
 
 

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History of Poker


Poker is without doubt the most successful and popular betting and bluffing game in existence. The earliest known ancestor of Poker was a German game, called Boeckels. A French derivative of this, "Poque" is overwhelmingly the most likely etymological source for the term "Poker" which appeared in the first half of the nineteenth century and so the most obvious and likely theory for the link from the old card games to the new is simply that Poker, invented in French America, was derived directly from the French game of Poque.

The second most likely theory for the creation of Poker is that it comes from the old Persian game of "As-Nas" and inherited only the name from the French connection.

Poker was invented in New Orleans, part of the old French territory of what is now the USA. New Orleans is famous for its Mississippi leisure steamers and the game first appears to have become popular in the smokey saloons of those notorious boats. Two former gamblers have described the game existing at least as early as 1829.

The early pioneers described the game as it was then - we can call it "20 Card Poker". It was a four player game played with a 20-card pack (Aces, Kings, Queens, Jacks and Tens only), so that all the cards were dealt out. There was no draw and the five scoring combinations were melds only - i.e. no flushes or straights (runs). So the game was quite a different affair to modern Poker games and the best hand - four Aces was unbeatable.

The first reasonable description of the 52 card version of the game turned up in an 1850 version of "Hoyles book of Games" and within a decade the 20 Card game was evolved out of history and virtually disappeared. Like American Pool, this has happened a lot to different Poker versions to this day - the most recent example being that of Texas Hold'Em completely eclipsing the formerly popular game of Stud Poker.

The version played with 52 cards allowed some creative thinking in terms of the rules and permitted a variety of new additions to the rules after around 1850 including The Draw, The Flush, The Joker, The Straight and The Jackpot.

Read more about the history and Origins of Poker at the Online Guide to Traditional Games.

 

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