100 Ct. Poker Chips Set 11.5 gram (styles will vary)
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- 100 high quality chips
- Professional casino style
- 11.5 g weighted for proper feel
- Four different colors included
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They stack okay, and sound good when playing with the chips. If you're on a budget, this is a good set to begin with. For those looking for a high quality chip, you need to look elsewhere.
But, be careful ordering them in the tin if you are particular about which style you want (they actually come in three unique patterns), since with the tin the picture on this site only shows one style and you don't have a choice so you might not be getting what you thought you were. I ended up with a pattern that I don't want. The patterns are: dice, pyramids, four suits of a card deck. I wanted the pyramids like in the picture, but got four suits of a card deck, which doesn't go with the mahjong set I ordered them for. But, if you don't particularly care what pattern you end up with, this tin comes highly recommended. If you might care, I recommend searching for a place where you can specify which type.
We use em for hold em and craps.
Ours have the card suits graphics; i wish we had the pyramids, but not really a big deal.
They sound good and feel good when you throw em around.
The one drawback is that they have 25pcs of each color...would be better if they had more whites and reds / with less greens and blues.
The parcel packaging was okay, but the tin was well packaged. It was shrink-wrapped, and its lid was sealed all the way around with tape.
The tin box itself is not really sturdy because of the diamond shaped window installed on the lid, thus a few chips were out of place. I immedately noticed (thru the window) that one of the loose chips had a white diamond smudged completly off.
Once opened, it was difficult to remove the chips from their flimsy $0.02 "rack" in an orderly fashion. I had to compel them to come out by turning it upside down and "poping" a couple out (as if they were medications in a bubble foil).
There was 1 blue chip missing. So, I only have 99 chips total.
(plus the dealer button)
The chips play real well, though. The included "Texas Hold'em" playing instructions did not suggest how to distribute the chips or what denomination each color is normally assigned. (In most casinos, red is the lowest denominator..etc [Red=5, White=10, Green=25, Blue=100]) It also didn't suggest that each player should start with $1000 worth of chips, which is also a norm.
I recommend 2 or 3 players for the amount of chips included.
This was my first chip purchase and I'd have to say they are impressive for their price. I'm willing to forget about that missing blue chip because i'll probably lose more chips in the future as the tin does not stay closed if it's on its side.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These chips are steel coated in plastic. There were one hundred of them, and they feel like the right weight, but that's about all that is right with them. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kendrick
This look like real poker chips based from what I've seen in Vegas.Published 4 months ago by Roberto Pritchet
I was looking for some poker chips to conduct a token economy system with my son to help him improve his school performance. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DaMacGuy
Excellent pieces. I got 20 of each color pictured. They feel pretty sturdy. The only thing I didn't like, which is so minor, is that the colors are not very bright. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nestor Cervantes