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These premium poker chips are of much higher quality than other typical 11.5 gram chips like the dice or suited designs you see in the market. Look at these chips closely and you will see that the Ace King design on the chips are not just a print like other chips. They are part of the mold and are engraved in the chip. 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 All Aluminum reinforced case has space for 2 decks of playing cards, 500 chips, and 5 dice, all included.
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Excellent product, but I thought they were going to do a little heavier , but the product is generally excellent , recommend and would return to buy, excellent quality , perfect... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Elena Salazar
This was a gift for my husband who plays in a weekly poker game. He was really excited about the dealer buttons. A perfect gift for a poker player.
Great company with a great product. I live in Japan serving in the Airforce and the chips came really fast and they were just as advertised.Published on June 24, 2010 by ezkyl
this product looks awesome. The chips are beautiful and feel very sturdy and heavy in your hand. The only thing we didn't like were the way the chips were divided into monetary... Read morePublished on October 20, 2008 by Jessica Roberts