RFID-equipped poker table and the automated video overlay system to match, it was certainly a labor of love. Now, like any good poker player, he's trying to get a little money out of it. He's selling a DIY kit that includes almost all the hardware and software you need to replicate the video below but do it on your game night with your friends. (You'll need to supply the webcams, a table with cutouts, and a Windows PC to handle the footage.) This means you can create video replays that look awfully professional even if your ability to calculate odds on the fly and to focus more on the river than the bowl of chips is decidedly amateur. Components can be bought individually, like a deck of RFID cards for $148, or you can get the entire kit for about $1,600 -- stakes a bit too high for our game.