JPC 500 Piece Crown Casino 13.5g Clay Poker Chips
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- 500 piece 13.5 gram Casino Quality Clay Poker Chips
- Poker Chip Color Combination: 100 White, 100 Red, 100 Green, 50 Blue, 50 Black, 50 Purple, 50 Yellow
- Poker Chip Design Has Denominations.
- Poker Chip Set includes an aluminum carrying case, 2 decks of playing cards, 5 red dice, and a dealer button
- New and Improved poker case. The inner chip tray thickness has been increased by 30% for more strength. Great poker chip set to play with friends and family
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The 13.5 gram 500 piece Crown Casino Clay Poker Chips is good for 5-8 players. The Crown Casino design features a unique edge mark with the dollar amounts embedded into the chip itself, giving the chips a unique and distinct look. The poker set consists of the following poker chips combination: 100 White, 100 Red, 100 Green, 50 Blue, 50 Black, 50 Purple, and 50 Yellow. The poker chip set includes the following: aluminum carrying case, 2 decks of playing cards, 5 red dice, and a dealer button. Start playing poker or any casino game with your friends and family in style! Enjoy!
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2.5 x 3 x 3 inches; 19.2 Pounds
- Date First Available : June 5, 2013
- Manufacturer : JPC
- ASIN : B00D7P4BJG
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- #30 in Poker Chips
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My requirements are strict and many (in order of importance):
- Weight: heavy. At 13.5 grams, they're almost the heaviest I've seen.
- Material: solid clay/composite. They feel great and make a nice, dull thud when you tap/drop them.
- Markings: molded-in, not painted or decals. If they are decals or paint, I can't tell. I can't scrape anything off with a fingernail, and they seem very durable.
- Colors: distinctive between denominations, with edges matching faces. They're easily recognized.
- Numbers: large without large dollar-sign/etc..
- Looks: classic & classy. They have a simple, elegant look with just a bit of fancy gold foil.
- No fake casino name (why is this so popular?). They have just one small, subtle crown symbol.
- Denominations in good quantities: 1(100), 5(100), 25(100), 100(50), and 500(50). These also include 50(50) and 1000(50), which I don't see any need for.
- Count: 500. There's easily enough for 10 players, I think.
- Carry Case: it exists. The case is very cheap, and just barely strong enough to hold the substantial weight of this set. I fully expect it to disintegrate rapidly. However, the low price of ~$100 more than makes up for that, and good cases are available.
After searching for several weeks, I haven't found any other set, of any size or price, that meets all my requirements. The normal price of ~$200 is probably still a good deal, but at ~$100, these really stand out as the big bargain.
By Michele menelchenko & louis brown on November 21, 2019
I bought a few sample sets of other, more expensive clay composite chips. I mean 75% - 100% more expensive, if you were to get a full set of them. The quality isn't even close. The more expensive chips had rough/sharp edges, labels weren't even, chips rocked and slid when stacked. These bargain chips even look nicer, in my opinion.
When I was shopping around for this particular brand of chips, this package of 500 chips plus the carrying case ended up being the best deal. The price per chip ends up being the same as if you bought them in rolls of 25 from a wholesaler. You're basically getting the case plus the other stuff like the dealer button, dice and cards for free.
Free is about how much that other stuff is worth. The case is cheap and flimsy. It looks tough, but the aluminum panels are thin and baaaaarely held together by some cheap metal brackets. I wouldn't carry this thing by the handle more than a few feet. I cannot emphasize how basic this case is. It's good enough to keep the chips safe on a shelf and that's about it.
The dice are not casino quality. They feel cheap, extremely light weight and have rounded edges which sucks if you're serious about dice. The dealer button is the standard, functional button that comes with all cheap poker sets. Not bad, but nothing special. The cards are terrible, cheap, thin laminated paper and some were warped right out of the box.
So, yeah. Fantastic chips at a fantastic value. Perfect for home cash games and small tournaments. The chips are nice enough that it's worth getting a better case for them. I'm going to give away the other junk like the cards and dice, they're not even worth the space they take up in my house.
By Ry S. on July 17, 2020
2) The chips are absolutely not molded in as a couple other reviewers stated. 100% false and the seller is not claiming this. The centers are decals and if you really wanted to you could absolutely get them off. That said the set is good and I give it 5 stars overall because for $100 you are getting your money's worth.
3) The case is not what one would expect for 13.5 chips. Did I mention that? The seller should include a better case and charge $20 more. It would be worth it.
By Joe on May 7, 2021