i got this for when i host poker games, to go on a 48" round table and it's been great. it's very heavy (which makes that "case" kind of useless) but unfolds well onto the table, and really makes a difference for games. the chips, as people have mentioned, are cheap, but i have friends who bring their fancy chips -- i think that's my next poker purchase!
Gave these to my husband for Christmas and he loves them. The neighborhood guys always ask him to bring them to the poker parties. They are of high quality and have substantial weight to them. With the carrying case they are the perfect gift for any guy.
A nice set of weighted, clay poker chips. These have a nice feel to them and are free of denomination markings so can be used as the players see best.
I bought a set of 500 All-In Chips a number of years ago, but found that sometimes 500 wasn't enough. I went online to buy more, but found the company had gone out of business and I couldn't find these chips anywhere. I have been looking for several years now for chips to replace my initial 500 because I didn't want to "mix and match" my chips. How happy was I to randomly find this offer through a Google search. I immediately bought this set of 500 and recommend that, if you are a serious poker player and get annoyed with cheap feeling chips, that you do the same. These chips are the "real deal" - no brass insert in the middle to add weight, no counter movement inside the chip when an insert loosens and slides around in the center gap when doing tricks or stacking. I haven't had a game where I haven't received at least one compliment on the look and feel of these chips. I wish I knew why the company isn't around anymore and how this seller got hold of unused All-In chips!
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