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Trademark Poker 500 Dice Style 11.5-Gram Poker Chip Set
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- Set of 500 casino-quality poker chips
- Composite resin construction with heavy inserts
- Clever dice-striped design adds to chips' appeal
- Includes heavy-duty aluminum case with black felt interior
- Comes with 2 decks of cards, dealer button, and 2 blind buttons
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Included in this set are 500 Dice Style 11.5 Gram Poker Chips in the following colors:150 White, 200 Red, 100 Green, 50 Black.
Bring a little casino style to your home with this set of Trademark Poker dice-striped chips. Each chip is produced from a composite resin, with an insert that gives it the weight and feel of a heavy, casino-quality poker chip. Players will also enjoy the chips' clever detailing, with alternating die faces and stripes around the edges. And thanks to the heavy-duty, lightweight aluminum case--which includes a black velour interior--you can easily keep your chips protected and organized. The set includes two decks of cards, a professional dealer button, two blind buttons, and 500 casino-sized chips in the following colors: 150 white, 200 red, 100 green, and 50 black. Each chip measures 39mm in diameter and weighs 11.5 grams.
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If you're reading the reviews and questioning whether you should buy these or not, ask yourself "when a quality set of 500 poker chips can easily cost upward of $100, how much credence should i really give to someone's review criticizing minor and cosmetic issues with this set of chips?" The answer is "not much."
Reminds me of the people at the $3 blackjack table complaining about how others at the table are playing. If you're that great a player, you should be at a higher-stakes table. If you're a poker superstar, what are you doing buying this cheapo set of chips? If you're not a poker superstar, these are the chips for you.
For all us regular humans, this is going to be a fine set of chips.
The chips are ok-ish - easy to stack and separate. Some color smears, some minor misprints, but who cares - you can still see the main color.
The decks are of paper cards, so I haven't even bothered opening them - I bought 2 decks of Copags. The buttons are ok.
The case? where to begin. The case came locked - no keys in the box. I opened the case with a knife tip (the lock is in name only - do not use it for security purposes), and found the keys inside. The keys did not fit the lock at all :).
DO NOT attempt to lift the case from the handle! You'll be left with the handle in your hand, unless the bottom of the case gives out first. The seams on the case already seem to pop. I have to carry laying on both arms. It's quite heavy and awkward.
But, like I said, I just needed a set of 500 chips on the cheap, and got them. If you intend to host a friendly game - this set would do. If you're looking for a high quality, robust set, that will impress people, and serve you for years - look elsewhere.
The one I received had a plastic insert which had cylindrical rows for the chips to sit in, as opposed to a bar between chip rows. I am not a fan of the plastic insert.
Also, the blind buttons were not the ones pictured- not a big deal though.
I am however curious about the chips. They feel much more like plastic and not 11.5 grams. I have another set that is 11.5 gram clay composite and they feel different.
Overall, this was a gift for a 14 year old so for the price, I am satisfied with it. Unfortunately they skip out on quality in the case to keep the cost down. I would suggest paying more for one in a store that you can physically examine first, or trying a more expensive one online.
I would recommend this to anyone that wants an inexpensive large poker chip set that doesn’t mind a few defects in it.
The thing I'm not thrilled with is the case. My main issue is that the chips, in stacks of 50 as displayed in the case, do not fill up the entire row for the chips. So instead of the 50 chips fitting snuggly in each of the 10 rows, there is enough room leftover in each row for a few more chips. The liner of the case is very cheap, too.
Overall, I was buying this set solely for the chips, and wasn't too concerned about the case, the cards, the dealer button, etc. It met my needs.