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Yeah rebuys haha I was thinking around 300ish. Figured this place is like the golf fourms springs coming need something newer
 

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Yeah rebuys haha I was thinking around 300ish. Figured this place is like the golf fourms springs coming need something newer
So. I do a T20k base. What base are you wanting to use?
 

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Stacking no wobbles I find the cheap ones wobble
I hear you. These actually stack well, with very little wobbling. A few of the chips have off-center labels, causing wobby stacks, but they're easy to identify and repair. They're more slippery than good ceramics, but less slippery than Majestics or Dunes.

I got a sample stack of them, and I was pleasantly surprised. I bought them for a tourney set, because I only run a few tourneys a year, and I didn't want to tie up a bunch of cash for that.

Of course, quality control could be an issue, so YMMV.
 

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I hear you. These actually stack well, with very little wobbling. A few of the chips have off-center labels, causing wobby stacks, but they're easy to identify and repair. They're more slippery than good ceramics, but less slippery than Majestics or Dunes.

I got a sample stack of them, and I was pleasantly surprised. I bought them for a tourney set, because I only run a few tourneys a year, and I didn't want to tie up a bunch of cash for that.

Of course, quality control could be an issue, so YMMV.
  • 5x $25
  • 80x $100
  • 25x $500
  • 30x $1000
  • 50x $5000
is there a easy way i can salvage that to make it work into a good set
 

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Pick a set $85 shipped-No racks or case.
The twist set are non slugged 8g and can stack 100 easy
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The Vegas set has some sway but shuffle amazing. Both sets fit a 10 person tourney no problem however the Vegas is T5 and the twist are T25.
 

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You could also buy some Bud Jones roulettes from the upcoming Presidents’ Day sale. 300 of those, plus @Gear labels and you’d still be near your budget
 
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