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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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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).Read more ›
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.
* 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.Read more ›
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got it as a birthday gift! The interior of the case is not glued properly and comes off easily!!! The chips are not the best in detail!Published 2 months ago by Azadeh
Very solid chips, case is as well. Love using them, get the right feel and sound when you tap them together!Published 3 months ago by Anthony
I really like this poker set! I was quite impressed when I received it as I was expecting a lower-quality material but was totally the opposite. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Final Verdict
After reading reviews, I decided to take a chance on this set. Upon opening the case I noticed that there was some damage to the plastic insert. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ted Moberly