Glad to see that you were able to follow my directions for attachments! It is so helpful to have a copy of the actual page when replying to these questions.
Even though this is called a table in print, it does not meet the criteria of a table by definition. By this, I mean that the information is not arranged in rows and columns with headings that are necessary to the understanding of the rest of the information.
Since it seems that the reader in this situation is are only using one row at a time, perhaps each row of numbers could be brailled across from left to right in a 1/3 list type of format preceded by a row number identifier, as follows.
Row 1: 2596 , 3623 , 1053 , 2161 , 8550 , 9672, , 1044 , 9852 , 8935 , 8727
Row 2: 12393 , 1231 , 2795 , 2036 , 5138 , 7488 , 5814 , 2086 , 5397 , 8073
You would need to include a transcriber's note explaining the change in structure and the addition of the commas.