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Samurai Palace Chip
Type
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Clay 1-4 Y N 9.5 Y Y 1 1.19        

Poker chip Poker chip These Samurai Palace poker chips have a very subdued look to them. The colors are not too bright and the entire set has that used or broken-in look to it. The overall affect is very nice, these chips have a certain elegance about them.

There are numerous types of edge spots on these chips. Some chips have a single bi-color edge spot while other have up to four tri-color edge spots. These are some of the most diverse edge spots that I have seen on any poker chip set. The 25 chip with one tri-color edge spot is certainly unique.

The chip colors are somewhat bland, but nice. The colors are the traditional blue, red, green, black, purple, yellow, and grey. The chip is on a new Blue Chip mold. The mold is very nice. It feels great and is heavier than other Blue Chip molds. The labels were well centered on the chip.

Poker chip The inlay is in black & white and is subdued, like the entire chip. Different label on each side of the chip. You can just barely read the denominations.

Sample chip diameters were 39.82, 39.71, 39.74, 39.75, 39.75, 39.77, and 39.73 mm. The thickness of 10 chips stacked together was 33.43mm. Sample chip weights were 9.77, 9.52, 9.37, 9.48, 9.53, 9.72, and 9.97 grams.

I really like these chips. They have an elegance and a subtleness to them that is not present in most poker chips. The colors and the label are a bit bland, but they have a nice laid-back look and feel to them. The sound and feel are excellent.

 

American Beauties Chip
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 7 Y N 10 F N 1 0.79 230 360    

Poker chip Poker chip These American Beauties poker chips are pinup poker chips created by Greg Hildebrandt. They feature images of scantily-clad women on a ceramic (Nevada Jack Desert Sands) chip. The beauties are exactly that ... beauties! There is no nudity but the women are displayed in a provocative pose. There is a certain class to the images. There are no denominations or any wording printed on this chip. They come in eight different colors.

The American flag poker chip has red & white bars as edge spots for 2/3 of the edge and white stars on blue for the other 1/3 of the edge. The other chips have seven standard, but nice, edge spots.

The chips have a nice feel to them. they are a bit rougher than a Chipco chip but this is not a bad thing. The graphics are a bit blurrier than a Chipco chip, but still nice. Nevada Jacks ceramic mold, similar to the Nevada Jacks Desert Sands chips. This is also the same type of chip that is available below as a customized poker chip. There are no marbled edges.

Sample chip diameters were 39.32, 39.48, 39.42, 39.46, 39.35, 39.36, 39.52, and 39.42mm. The thickness of 8 chips stacked together was 27.02mm. Sample chip weights were 9.74, 9.90, 9.83, 9.84, 10.05, 9.72, 9.80, and 9.74 grams.

 

Custom Ceramic Chips Chip
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 5,6 N N 10 F Y 400 0.95        

Poker chip These chips cost 95 each and can be customized with a name (DEREK'S), the line below that (CARD ROOM), and the Monogram (the letter 'D' in the background). The chips can be shipped 10 days after your order has been accepted. This is a fantastic turnaround time for quality poker chips!

The edge spots on these chips are nice. They are six solid spots that contrast nicely with the base color of the chip. These are some of the simpler, but nicer and most effective edge spots that I have seen on ceramic chips. The edge spots on the top face of the chip do not match up with the edge spots on the side of the chip. In fact, there are five edge spots on the face of the chip and six edge spots on the edge of the chip.

Sample diameters were 39.57, 39.46, 39.35, 39.47, 39.45, 39.54, 39.48, 39.51, and 39.46mm. The thickness of 9 chips stacked together was 30.04mm. Sample chip weights were 9.67, 9.85, 9.68, 9.85, 9.59, 9.82, 9.77, 9.67, and 9.72 grams.

This is a good, basic ceramic chip with a simple but effective design. The denominations are very easy to read and the monogram adds a touch of class to the chip. A good all-around chip and a good price and great turn-around time for customized poker chips.

 

Vineyard Casino
(Blue Chip)
Chip
Type
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Clay 2-4 Y N 8.5 F Y 1 1.35 380 620    

Poker chip These chips took me by surprise. When I opened the package I assumed they were Paulson Vineyard Casino chips that have been available (but seem to be sold out now) for a couple years but then I took a good look at a chip and realized that they were Blue Chips, not Paulson! Then I noticed the full graphic inlay, I was impressed! I riffle them a bit, they sounded good, they feel identical to the Paulson chip except a bit lighter and less substantial. I was sold. If Blue Chip can produce custom home chips this good, this is certainly a new option for top quality home poker chips!

These are commemorative chips that have been issued in the same colors/denominations and edge spots as the original Paulson chips. The graphics are almost identical, but not exactly the same as the original. the colors on the originals are a bit brighter There is the Blue Chip flames molded into the chip rather than the Paulson top hat & canes. There is a $25 chip and there are several non-standard denominations such as the $3 chip.

Like the Paulson, the inlay feels a little slick at first but will soften with age. Everything about this chip will get better with age. The inlay could not be peeled off in any way. They hid scratches well and I had to gouge deep to reveal the base chip color. There are denominations printed on the chip. The inlays felt almost identical to the Paulson, except maybe a tad more slippery.

The multi-color edge spots vary between denominations. The $2 chip has two one-color edge spots, and the other denominations have three or four multi-colored edge spots. The spots are beautiful and contrast perfectly with the base color of the chip. There are no edge ridges.

I was sent numerous sample chips. Sample diameters were 39.00, 39.03, 39.09, 39.03, and 39.02mm. The thickness of 3 chips stacked together was 9.85mm. The numbers for the original Paulson Vineyard were 39.11, 39.15, and 39.06mm thicknesses and 3 chips stacked together was 10.05mm thick. Unlike the Paulson chip, the Blue Chip Vineyard does have a standard size $100 chip of 39mm.

I like this chip. I like the looks and the feel of the chip. It does feel a little lighter than the original Paulson Vineyard but no one but you will ever notice the difference. It sounds and feels great. The labels were almost all centered (a rarity for Blue Chip's!) and the edges and edge spots also have a cleaner look than other Blue Chip's. This is definitely my favorite Blue Chip, and one of my overall favorite poker chips. The next question is, can Blue Chip make chips this good for a custom home order?

 

Vineyard Casino Ceramic Chip
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 3-9 Y N 10 F Y 20 1.40 360 575   1000

Poker chip These chips are exclusive to Ace Poker Chip Company. They are a ceramic Chipco version of their popular Vineyard Casino Paulson poker chips. These chips come in seven colors and denominations ranging from 50 to $1000. The colors and graphics on these chips are very nice and showcase the Chipco ability to blend colors (gradient colors). The edge spots are adequate but unspectacular. The pimples on the rolling edge were very small.

Sample diameters were 39.37, 39.38, 39.38, and 39.33mm. Three chips stacked together was 10.03mm thick.

 

Vineyard Casino Tournament Chip
Type
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 6 N N 10 F N 20 1.40 360 575   1000

Poker chip These chips are exclusive to Ace Poker Chip Company. They are almost identical to the chips show in the previous review. These chips do not have denominations printed on them. There is a larger border around the edge of the chip and the colors are solid rather than gradient. These chips come in four colors (red, blue, green, black). There are six edge spots that do not contrast enough with the base color and can hardly be seen.

 

Paulson Pharaoh's Chip
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Clay 4 Y N 9.5 Y Y/N 1 1.07 350 570    

Poker chip Here is a new version of the Paulson home clay poker chip. These chips feature an Egyptian design that is similar to The Egyptian ceramic chips made by Chipco. I like the graphics on this chip. I do not think the graphics are as nice or as vibrant as The Egyptian chips, but they are nicer than the other two available Paulson home poker chips - James Bond & Paulson TH&C. The chip is available with or without denominations.

These are the second generation Paulson home chips that have a larger border that continues all the way to the label, rather than a smaller border with a large ring around the label. Go here to see the differences in the Paulson molds. The chip colors and edge spot colors are the exact same on all Paulson home chips. The labels go well with the colors and you can tell that an effort was made to use the right label on the right chip color.

Like the other two Paulson home poker chips, the labels were perfectly centered on every chip but some of the printing on the labels was a touch off-center. They also have the most indestructible label. I had to dig down about 1mm and then use a fair amount of force to pry up a corner of the label. The paper label is recessed into the clay of the chip and then covered with a plastic film. Unlike the James Bond chip, you can feel the seam where the label meets the clay. This is because the label is recessed about 0.3mm into the clay of the chip. Scratching the labels with a fingernail or knife did no damage, I dug down a millimeter with a knife and stopped trying. The scratches blended in nicely when rubbed. This is probably the toughest label that I have reviewed.

The slick labels on these home chips create a different feel than the casino Paulson chips. When I think of a traditional Paulson chip, I think of a large, papery inlay that stretches almost from one edge of the chip to the other, then a narrow rim and those wonderful Top Hat & Canes. These new chips don't quite feel like that, when you rub one between your fingers it feels like a vinyl label that is surrounded by clay. The casino Paulson's have the same basic texture from one edge of the chip to the other but these home Paulson's have two different textures, vinyl and clay. To me, this is the biggest difference between the home chips and casino chips. The texture of a casino Paulson can be somewhat slick as well, but they do not have the same 'vinyl' feel of these home chips. These chips do feel a bit better than the James Bond version of the Paulson home chips due to the larger border 'clay' area, and smaller center area.

The sound of the home Paulson chips is pretty well identical to the casino Paulson chips. They might sound a touch more hollow than the casino chips. This is probably due to the slightly lower weight of the home version.

I was sent numerous sample chips. Sample diameters were 39.25, 39.19, 39.22, 39.22, and 39.21mm. Ten chips stacked together was 33.10mm thick.

These are nice chips, maybe the best non-casino chips you can buy. They are reasonably priced at $1.07 per chip. Make sure to also check out the information about Paulson chips on my chip Manufacturers page.

 

High Society Chip
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 0-5 N N 10 F Y 1 .83        

Poker chip Here is the High Society version of a ceramic Chipco chip. It is hard to read what the label says without taking a very close look. The denominations are written in text at the top of the label and are also printed in numbers on the background of the label, you can just barely see the $500 in the image to the left.

The edge spots on this chip are horrible. They are extremely small and do not contrast well with the base color of the chip. Even the base colors and label graphics are not very nice.

 

The Egyptians Chip
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 2-4 Y N 10 F Y 1 1.05 300 500    

Poker chip These are quite simply the most beautiful Chipco chips that I have ever seen! They have absolutely gorgeous graphics on fantastic colors. The scanned images shown above do not do these chips proper justice, the colors are more vibrant than what is shown here. These chips come in all the correct colors and denominations and have an octagon shaped $1000 chip and a $5000 plaque.

The $1000 chip is an octagon and is rougher in texture than the other chips. It has the same texture as a Nevada Jacks composite, but is a Chipco. It is 44mm in diameter so it will not fit in a normal chip rack. The $5000 chip is a double-sided plaque that measures 50mm (2") x 90mm (3.5") and feels smoother than a typical Chipco chip. The $1000 octagon is the standard 3.35mm thick but the $5000 plaque was a bit thinner at 3.25mm. The slightly thinner size should not matter because you are going to need special racks for these two chips anyway. The octagon chip costs $2.19 and the $5000 plaque is $6.29.

There are two edge spots on the $1000 and $5000 chips, three edge spots on the 25, $1, $25, and $500 chips, and four edge spots on the $5 and $100 chips. The edge spots are just barely adequate and are one of the few weak areas of these chips.

Sample chip diameters were 39.38, 39.36, 39.30, 39.37, 39.38, and 39.36mm. The octagon is 45mm in diameter. Sample chip weights were 10.61, 10.68, 10.64, 10.58, 10.64, and 10.65 grams. The octagon $1000 chip weighed 13.75 grams.

These chips had the usual Chipco pimples on the rolling edge, however they were a bit smaller than normal. The octagon chip has a rectangular pimple on one of the eight sides. It was also not very noticeable. The $5000 plaque has a small rectangular pimple on one edge. Both these two chips had an almost imperceptible seam running down the spine of the rolling edge, they must be made in two halves and joined together. I could not notice the seam without a magnifying glass and it could not be felt.

Poker chip Poker chip As of June 2006 there are now $1000 and $5000 normal-size (round) Egyptian poker chips available! These are the same size as all the other Egyptian denominations which means that you will no longer need a special chip case to store your set of Egyptian poker chips. The two new chips are the same price as the other Egyptian chips. The original octagon $1000 chip and the $5000 plaque are no longer being manufactured. Their supply is limited and they have become somewhat of a collector's item.

Overall, The Egyptian's are some of the most beautiful poker chips I have ever seen. They certainly are a conversation piece if nothing else! Everyone will comment on these poker chips as soon as they lay their eyes on them.

Make sure to also check out the information about ChipCo chips on my chip Manufacturers page.

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Mardi Gras Clay Chip
Type
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Clay 3 Y N 8.5 Y Y/N 1 1.29 370 550    

Poker chip These are nice Blue Chip Co. chips with nice colors and multi-colored edge spots. Like the Grand Island chips reviewed below, they feel a bit more substantial than other Blue Chip Company chips that I have reviewed.

These chips come either with, or without, denominations printed on them. The purple chip has three tri-colored edge spots, all the other chips have three bi-colored edge spots. This chip is not your standard Blue Chip Co. 'Flames' (Seashell) mold, rather it is printed on the same mold as the Nevada Jack Martini Club chips. The four suits and a groove are engraved into the mold. The chips have sharp edges that will round with age.

I was sent twelve chips. Sample chip diameters were 39.06, 39.04, 39.07, 38.99, 39.11, 39.06, 39.05, and 39.05mm. Three chips stacked together was 10.03mm thick. Sample chip weights were 8.99, 8.77, 9.23, 8.63, 8.67, 8.74, 9.01, and 8.87 grams.

Some of the labels on these chips were off-centered but not as bad as some other Blue Chip Co. poker chips. None of the labels were extremely bad and you might not even notice without specifically looking for it. The labels are embedded into the chip and could not be peeled off, even with a knife. The labels hid scratches very well. You could feel the typical Blue Chip small grooves in all the labels (silk screening?).

I like these chips as much as I like the Grand Island chips reviewed below, but these chips are cheaper, especially for 500 chips! Make sure to also check out the information about Blue Chip chips on my chip Manufacturers page.

 

Grand Island Chip
Type
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Edge
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Edge Spots
Edge
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Weight Inlay $
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Cost
Chip 300 500 650 1000
Clay 3-4 Y N 8.5 Y Y 1 1.35 380 630    

Poker chipThese are nice Blue Chip Company chips with very bright colors and multi-colored edge spots. There is something about these chips that feels a bit more substantial than other Blue Chip Company chips that I have reviewed.

The $1, $2, $10, and $25 chips have four edge spots. The 50, $3, $5, $100 and $500 chips have three edge spots. All the edge spots are multi-colored and very nice. The $100 chip has tri-colored edge spots and the other chips have bi-colored edge spots.

These chips have sharp edges but will improve with age. The corners will become rounded with some of the harshness of the chip disappearing.

I was sent eight chips. Sample diameters were 38.89, 38.98, 38.99, and 39.09mm. The thickness of 3 chips stacked together was 10.05mm. Sample chip weights were 8.36, 8.63, 8.56, 8.48, 8.82, and 8.93 grams.

Many of the labels on these chips were off-centered. This seems to be a recurring problem with Blue Chip Company chips. None of the labels were extremely bad and you might not even notice without a magnifying glass. The labels are embedded into the chip and could not be peeled off, even with a knife. The labels hid scratches very well. Strangely enough, the label on the $10 chip was a vinyl label whereas the labels on all the other chips was a more papery linen type of label. You could feel the typical Blue Chip small grooves in all the labels (silk screening?) except the $10 chip which was silky smooth with no texture at all.

I like these chips, they are some of the nicest Blue Chip's I have reviewed. Make sure to also check out the information about Blue Chip chips on my chip Manufacturers page.

 

Mardi Gras Chip
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 3 Y N 10 F Y 1 .92 239 389    

Poker chip These chips are very similar to the Nevada Jacks composites, which in turn, are similar to ChipCo chips. The texture of this chip is rougher than a ChipCo but slightly smoother than the NJ composite ... it's probably the best texture of all three.

This chip has three sets of edge spots on the top and bottom facing and four sets of edge spots on the rolling edge. Like ChipCo chips, the edge spots on the rolling edge do not line up with the edge spots on the top and bottom facing of the chip. The edge spots are actually 3 big stripes of two different colors. There are no edge ridges on this chip. These chips have the same two seams where the rolling edge meets the top and bottom facing. The seam is smaller and less noticeable than a ChipCo and appears to be more of a ridge or trench than a seam.

This chip is harder to scratch than a ChipCo. I had to dig down about twice as far as a ChipCo chip to expose the off-white under layer. The printing is not blurred as it is on a NJ composite. Unfortunately, some of the graphics are a bit off-center. Like the NJ composites, these chips have a very small pimple on the rolling edge, I could hardly feel it. There was no noticeable rectangular indentation.

Sample chip diameters were 39.52, 39.50, 39.47, 39.48, 39.50, 39.44, 39.51, and 39.58mm. Sample chip weights were 9.62, 9.97, 9.76, 9.85, 10.12, 9.70, 9.91, and 9.72 grams.

These are nice chips. If you like ChipCo chips or if you like the NJ composite, you should also try these. They have a couple advantages over the others in that they are harder to scratch and have smaller pimples than a typical ChipCo chip and the graphics are not blurry like a NJ composite.

 

Murphy's Card Room Chip
Type
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Weight Inlay $
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Coin 4 Y N 12.5 Co Y 1 1.36 400 670    

Poker chip This 12.5 gram chip has a coin inlay surrounded by a soft composite resin. The feel of the composite was softer than a typical 11.5 gram composite chip. The composite was very hard to scratch and the colors are very deep. The quality of the print and colors on these chips is outstanding. The color edges are very crisp and there is lots of detail when you look closely.

The coins look like old-time slugs. They have denominations stamped into them and are perfectly centered. It was impossible to remove the coin without destroying the chip. I dug and pried and eventually put the chip into a vise and destroyed it with a pair of pliers. The coin is one double-sided slug that is secured very firmly within the chip. It was very difficult to scratch the metal with a knife and blended in almost perfectly afterwards.

There are four multi-colored edge spots on each chip. There is also a graphical design on the top and bottom that continues through the rolling edge. This effectively doubles the number of edge spots from four to eight.  This chip has rounded edges.

Sample chip diameters were 39.95. 39.98, 39.97, 39.95, 39.98, 39.99, and 40.01mm. Sample chip weights were 12.62, 12.60, 12.58, 12.56, 12.58, 12.63, and 12.59 grams.

The chip is slippery, no doubt due to the coin inlay and there is a metallic sound to the chip although there is also a bit of a thud. There is a nice balance and feel to these chips, I enjoyed handling them.

 

The Classic's Chip
Type
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Edge Spots
Edge
Text
Weight Inlay $
Den
Min
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Cost
Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 4 Y N 10 F Y 1 1.00        

Poker chip These chips are very nice Chipco chips. Why are they nice? ... because they have good edge spots for a Chipco! Each chip has four solid white edge spots surrounded by a black stripe. The spots are very noticeable and do an effective job, which is more than you can say for the edge spots on most other Chipco's. There are the usual small Chipco pimples on the rolling edge of these chips. There is no noticeable rectangular indentation.

There is the usual Chipco white ring around the top and bottom facing of the chip. There are big, easy to read denominations and very bright, vibrant colors on this chip. There are 13 denominations and numerous colors including two different greens and two different pinks. There is an almost pinwheel-like design on these chips. The design is somewhat similar to the Sidepot Archetype chip. I like these chips, they may be my favorite Chipco's. Some of the colors are a bit funky, but I don't need a fluorescent orange 10 chip!

Make sure to also check out the information about ChipCo chips on my chip Manufacturers page.

 

The Suits Chip
Type
Pics
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Edge
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Edge Spots
Edge
Text
Weight Inlay $
Den
Min
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Cost
Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 3-4 Y N 10 F N 1 .93 300 500    

Poker chip These chips are exclusive to Hold'emPokerChips.com and are typical Chipco chips that depict the four suits - spades, clubs, hearts, diamonds and a star and a joker. These chips are one of the few (maybe the only!) Chipco chip that does not have denominations printed on them. The edge spots are adequate but unspectacular. The colors and graphics on these chips is very nice.

 

The Casino's Chip
Type
Pics
Colors
Edge
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Multi-color
Edge Spots
Edge
Text
Weight Inlay $
Den
Min
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Cost
Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 4 Y N 10 F Y 1 .82 290 460    

Poker chip These are typical Chipco chips with a unique design and plenty of low denominations. The highest denomination chip available is the $100 chip, there is nothing higher. There is, however, a 5, 10, 25 and 50 cent chips. There is also a $1, $2.50, $5, $10, $50 and $100 chips. These chips seem to be made for low-limit cash games where the low denomination chips will come in quite handy. There are no edge spots on the front or back face of the chip. There are three pairs of stripes on the rolling edge of each chip.

 

Vintage Automobiles Chip
Type
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Edge
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Weight Inlay $
Den
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Chip 300 500 650 1000
Cer 4 Y N 10 F Y 1 .82 300 500    

Poker chip These chips depict thirteen vintage automobiles and would be a big hit with any car enthusiast. They are typical Chipco chips with very big, white edge spots, some of the best rolling edge spots I have seen. The edge spots on the top and bottom faces are four simple pairs of stripes that have little effect but the rolling edge spots are clearly visible and do a very effective job.

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4 Aces
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American Beauties
Apache
Archetype
Asia Carrera
Avalon Club
Aviator Club
Bikini Watchers
Bluff Canyon Casino
Bugsy's Hideaway
Caesars Palace
Capone's
Cardinal
Card Sharks
Casbah Club
Casino Da Vinci
Casino Royale
Casino Royal plaque
Casino's, The
Cigar Brand
Classic Romans
Classic's
Club Desperado Clay
Club Desperado Cer
Coconut Tree
Coin Inlay
Coop Kustom
Costa Palma
Crown Wheatear
Crystal Oyster
Custom Casino Chips
Dal Negro
Dal Negro Plaques
Da Vinci Classics
Deadwood
Desert Heat
Desert Palms
Desert Sands
Desert Sunset
Diamond
Dice
Dice 9g
Dog Breeds
Dunes
Dynasty
Egyptian Sands
Egyptians, The
ESPN
Euro plaque
Fabulous Las Vegas
Fan of Cards
Faux Clay
Goldfield
Gold Rush
Grand Island
Grand Royale
Hecate
High Roller Casino
High Roller VIP
High Stakes
High Society
Holdem
Hold'em Fold'em
Home Poker Chips
Horse Head
Hungarolinea
Icon Poker
InPlay
Jackpot Casino Metal
Jackpot Casino Composite
James Bond (Blue Chip)
James Bond (Paulson)
Jubilee (Edge Spots)
Jubilee (Solids)
Key West
King's Casino
King's Crown
Ladies of Vegas
Las Vegas
Las Vegas Edge Spot
Las Vegas Gold
Las Vegas Poker
Las Vegas Pro Clay
Las Vegas Strip
Legends of XXX
Le Paulson Noir
Lucky Symbols
Lynbark Designs
Mafioso
Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras Clay
Martini Club
Matador Series
Milano
Military
MintNEW
Modern Clay
Monaco Six Stripe
Monte Carlo
Mullet Bay Bud Jones
Murphy's Card Room
National Poker Series
National Reserve
Neophyte
Nevada Jack Clay
Nevada Club
NexGen
NexGen 3-tone
NexGen Pro Classic
NJ Composite
NJ Desert Sands
NJ Martini Club
Palmas Club Casino
Palmas Resort
Paulson vs. Paulson
Paulson Casino Windsor
Paulson James Bond
Paulson Pharaoh's
Paulson Pharaoh's N/D
Paulson Private Cardroom
Paulson Shaped Inlay
Paulson Top Hat & Cane
Paulson Vineyard Casino
Pharaoh's Club
Pokerchips A Mold
Pokerchips Horse head
Pokerchips Roman Mold
Poker Pad
Poker Showroom 11g Clay
Poker Suited
Pokertini Lounge
Poker Tournament
Premium Clay
Private Cardroon (Edge Spots)
Private Cardroon (Solids)
Pro World Games of Poker
ProGen 80
Protege
Pyramids
Real Clay
Real Clay 12 Stripe
River Poker Tour
Rock and RollNEW
Rounders (Chipco)
Rounders (TR King)
Royal Classic Clay
Samurai Palace
Six Stripe
Six Stripe 10 gram
Squirrel Poker
Suits, The
Suits & Stars
Super Diamond
Tangiers Brass
Texas Hold'em
Texas Holdem
Tiki Kings
Tortuga Coast Privateers
Tourney V1
Tri-color
Tri-color Ace-King
Triple Crown
Tropic Oasis
Ultimate Poker Champ
Venerati
Vineyard Blue Chip
Vineyard Paulson
Vineyard Ceramic
Vineyard Tournament
Vintage Automobiles
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