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!
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!
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