2017 Vintage Las Vegas Casino Tournament Seating Set Group Buy

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Ordered 2 of each seating+Extras. Sal, I meant to get a full set of the High Hands as well, what's my best course of action at this point?
I can set that up for you. Look for an invoice in your inbox sometime in the next 24 hours. I'll get to it. You might want to send me an email to oldwestps@gmail.com as a reminder. Thanks Msemoch.
 

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If one of these gets to 24, let me know somebody please and I will commit to the 25th. I kinda like them all, except maybe the Aladdin, but it is growing on me.
 

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Sal I just realized if I want to identify the seats at my tables with matching chips to what a player draws I would need 2 sets of seat chips, correct?
And if so how would I go about adding additional seating chips to what I have ordered?
 

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Sal I just realized if I want to identify the seats at my tables with matching chips to what a player draws I would need 2 sets of seat chips, correct?
And if so how would I go about adding additional seating chips to what I have ordered?
We use one set per table. Whoever draws number one gets to pick their seat and everyone just counts off from them.
 

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We use one set per table. Whoever draws number one gets to pick their seat and everyone just counts off from them.
But then when people don't get there at the same time everyone has to wait for #1 to be drawn before they know where they are sitting. It's just easier if all the seats are labeled and they can claim their spot as soon as they draw.
 

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But then when people don't get there at the same time everyone has to wait for #1 to be drawn before they know where they are sitting. It's just easier if all the seats are labeled and they can claim their spot as soon as they draw.
If you want duplicate sets, more power to you.
I'd just let the first guy to the table pick his seat. Or the oldest guy. Or the prettiest lady. It couldn't matter any less.
 

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But then when people don't get there at the same time everyone has to wait for #1 to be drawn before they know where they are sitting. It's just easier if all the seats are labeled and they can claim their spot as soon as they draw.
We usually pick seats just before the tournament starts, and if by chance 1 or 2 people are late, their seat is picked for them and stack placed at their seat, & #2 or whoever sits first.. Never a problem & doesn't come up often.
 

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Duplicates are just easier for me, especially when I know there won't be a full table. Then I can set the table up the way I want and not have to tell everyone where their seat is. They can go find it by themselves while I am checking in other players.
It's just what you're used to i guess.
 

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In preparing for a tournament I always place the cards plaque and dealer button facing the dealer seat or seat #1. So you don't have to label each seat. Players can just count the seats from the dealer to figure out where they're sitting.

But if that's more comfortable for you by all means we could use the additional orders. :)
 

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We usually let the Ace or seat 1 pick which seat they want and fill in around them.
 

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kind of bummed to see the totals on the seating chips. This whole thing was based on seating chips, and none of them make the minimums ??
 

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But then when people don't get there at the same time everyone has to wait for #1 to be drawn before they know where they are sitting. It's just easier if all the seats are labeled and they can claim their spot as soon as they draw.
As was said, either the host picks where #1 is going to sit and everyone fills in around there, or the lowest number picked that is present gets to pick their seat and everyone fills in around.

Myself, I'd draw seats for missing players at the start of the tournament.
 

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As was said, either the host picks where #1 is going to sit and everyone fills in around there, or the lowest number picked that is present gets to pick their seat and everyone fills in around.

Myself, I'd draw seats for missing players at the start of the tournament.
Pull out the #1 seats and give them to people who are willing to deal their table. Dealers get to pick their preferred chair + seating position, and the rest fill in behind them.
 

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Sal,
In addition to the changes you already made to my invoice please add the following and send me a bill for the difference.

Thank You


2 - Horseshoe seat sets
2 - Horseshoe Dealer Buttons
10 - Horseshoe Bounty Chips
 

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The prototypes are done! They look amazing. They couldn't have turned out better actually. I think maybe there's one issue that needs addressing and that is the definition on the word Horseshoe on the seating chip. It looks a little hazy on that small canvas. it looks great on the plaque though. It's a minor issue. So we're moving right ahead. Check out the photos.

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They look great! I am definitely getting an order in soon.
 

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The prototypes are done! They look amazing. They couldn't have turned out better actually. I think maybe there's one issue that needs addressing and that is the definition on the word Horseshoe on the seating chip. It looks a little hazy on that small canvas. it looks great on the plaque though. It's a minor issue. So we're moving right ahead. Check out the photos.

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Just my own 2 cents, but i like that Pioneer Club with the brown wagons much better then with green wagons.
 
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