Blue - Poker Chips
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Wed Feb 10 00:00:00 MST 2010mpars Rating:4.0
My college age son loved them. Actually bought a set for home and one for college. Good weight and feel according to him. The only thing missing was the solid blue chips. I ordered them from another source for a few dollars but it would have been nice to have them in the pack. Of course, I didn't know this when I ordered them since I am not a poker player.
Thu Feb 07 00:00:00 MST 2013rugged7 Rating:4.0
These are inexpensive poker chips. They are thin and have color variations and even staining. But if you just want or need them for something simple, they will work for you. I used them for a training exercise and they were fine for that. They haven't, but I would imagine they would snap pretty easily if you tried. They are perfectly fine as long as you are not looking for substantial "nice" chips.
Thu Oct 08 00:00:00 MDT 2009aiosa Rating:1.0
The colors are dull, the chips are dull. The colors are blue and a dull dingy light gray, instead of blue and white, also red and a dingy gray instead of red and white, etc... These are not nice chips, they are just chips, better then plastic, that is it. So not worth buying!!
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