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Da Vinci 500 Poker Set with Chips, Case, Dealer Buttons, Cards, Cut Cards, and Dice


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  • 500-piece poker chip set housed in durable aluminum case
  • Includes 150 white, 150 red, 100 blue, 50 green, and 50 black chips
  • Each chip is made of clay composite resin with metal core for weight
  • Comes with 2 decks of cards, 5 casino-size dice, and 2 cut cards
  • Also includes 3 dealer buttons: dealer, small blind, and big blind
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Go the extra mile when hosting poker night with this Da Vinci 500-piece poker chip set. Housed in a durable, lightweight aluminum case, the set comes with 150 white, 150 red, 100 blue, 50 green, and 50 black dice-striped chips, each of which features the six numbers on a die around the edges. The professional-grade chips are made of a tough clay composite resin with a metal core for added weight, giving them the feel of genuine casino chips. The set also includes several other casino essentials, including two decks of casino-quality cards, five casino-size dice, three dealer buttons (dealer, small blind, and big blind), and two cut cards. The case offers slots for all the chips and accessories.

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Set of 500 heavy 11.5 gram dice striped poker chips. Bonus: FREE dealer buttons including 2" dealer, little blind, and big blind buttons. Plus, 2 casino cut cards, 2 decks of playing cards, and 5 dice all included in this set. These professional grade chips are made of a High Quality ABS Composite Resin with a metal insert for added weight. Each 11.5 gram chip is made to specifications and is perfectly balanced to give the proper effect. The strong new aluminum reinforced case has space for 2 decks of playing cards, 500 chips, and 5 dice, all included.

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  • Shipping Weight: 16.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0009XBUUC
  • Item model number: 102-201X
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,195 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It's a very good set of chips.
Kristine Gonzalez
The case was cracked on top and the separators were broken.
Josh Daniel
I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend and he loved it!
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91 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Edge on June 4, 2010
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First, let's get the obvious part out of the way. These are not clay. They're ABS plastic with a metal insert to help make the chips feel more substantial. However, as someone who has some real chips from actual casinos (Bellagio and The Golden Nugget), I can tell you that you won't really be able to tell the difference. In fact I think these chips are slightly heavier (and larger) than actual casino chips. They're about the same thickness as a real casino chip, but they're just *slightly* larger in diameter. The physical quality of the chips is generally excellent: there are some chips with slight burrs (*very *small pieces of plastic extruding from the chip; we're talking grains of salt in size) or where the colors don't quite line up correctly, but they're all minor imperfections. Especially at this price. After doing a full chip-by-chip visual inspection, I only found six chips with significant issues (out of 500). In those six chips, the recessed "dice" along the outer circle weren't correctly matched with the "dice dots". Not a major issue, and probably not something you'd even notice during play (since it's unlikely the top chip in your chip stack will be one of these chips)

The case the chips comes in was in fine shape (contrary to another reviewers experience) with only a very small dent in the top of the case being a visible issue. (The case has dozens of recessed lines running lengthwise across it; *one* of these lines had a minor dent, the remainder were fine). The case came shipped inside a box (which appeared to be the manufacturers box, not a typical Amazon box) with styrofoam on the corners and bubble wrap around the entire exterior. The case itself is locking, with two locks (one for each of the two latches). You get two keys (which are very basic/simple).
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 21, 2010
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I was on the fence about whether to give the set 5 stars for the set itself, which it deserves as long as you understand what you're buying, or dinging the rating to 3 stars for the fact that it looked like this set used surplus parts and was stored next to a dust-producing factory. In the end I went with 4 stars as a compromise. But don't let that detract you from getting this set, if you're in the market for a very good but inexpensive set. And who knows, maybe the condition of my set was a fluke. After all, my case was perfect, which also sounds like a fluke.

BACKGROUND:

I already had another beginner set that I purchased about a year ago from Brookstone. It only had 400 chips in white, blue, red, and black denominations. The chips had a dice design on them and although they were resin and not clay, they had a very solid weight to them and made enjoyable sounds on the table. But after my last poker tournament, I realized I really needed more than 400 chips to host more than a couple guys. So I needed a new set where the chips would at least look similar to my existing chips, have similar feel and sound, and at least one new color. This set from Da Vinci fit the bill to the tee.

PROS:

* DELIVERY: relatively speedy with tracking information available

* CASE: unlike many other reviewers out there, I inspected my case and couldn't find a single flaw with it. It also looks and feels more sturdy than my existing chip set case. It does come with a set of keys to lock it but I haven't found anyone yet who actually used them. The felt-like dividers in the case are standard for this sort of case, nothing fancy and not super strong, but as long as all you're doing is carefully taking chips out and putting them back in, they'll get the job done.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By John Chen on May 25, 2010
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First off, the chips, which is what most of you will be buying this item for, are of good quality. They're nice and heavy and make a nice sound.

That said, the rest of the set is pretty abysmal.

The cards are your run of the mill cards, very average. I went ahead and invested in a few decks of KEM plastic cards before buying this. The dice, dealer buttons, and cut cards are all acceptable. Nothing extraordinary. The buttons and cut cards feel a bit cheap.

The metal case is the worst offender. Mine wasn't properly aligned so closing/locking it properly is a pain in the neck. Inside, the pseudo-black-velvet base (the thing that holds the chips and cards) is already falling out and bent in certain places. The base also does not fit the case properly, and an unappealing "bald spot" runs down the left side.

The rest of the deck is also somewhat damaged. A few chips have white spots due to the colored parts falling off. The small blind button has quite a few scratches (I suspect the other ones do as well, but their color makes it negligible). Finally, the case has a small dent on one side, about the side and depth of a quarter.

The value of this set is nowhere near $120. Even $40 would be pushing it.

The box the set arrived in is in perfect condition, so I'm ruling out shipping problems.

I bought the set from ChipsAndGames.

*Update*

I've received my replacement set from Amazon (Amazon's support is great). The replacement set didn't have any of the obvious defects, but the overall quality is still a bit iffy.

Once again, if you're looking to buy nice poker chips and the rest is just a bonus, this is not a bad deal.
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