- Jan 4, 2017
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You must not be from around here. lol.What's that sweet orange chip?
Ha - your original link had me super confused!You must not be from around here. lol.
Edit. wrong orange chip.
Those do clean up nice! Definitely a hidden gem. I've glanced at that sales thread before and never really took notice of these chips.
Awesome and beautiful set, question how did you relabel? Manually or mill?
Just let them know you're an Alpha Shootout bracelet winner. They won't mess with you after that.
$500s dont get put into play???
Nice chip. The other option for orange IHCs has really small edge spots and I’m not a fan. I could stand for these to be more interesting, but at least they take up more space.
I was going to use the horseshoe Cleveland 1k but I could not bring myself to murder them. Too pretty.Nice chip. The other option for orange IHCs has really small edge spots and I’m not a fan. I could stand for these to be more interesting, but at least they take up more space.
Decent chip but looks kinda un appealing, like just a dark/unappealing color combination to me and that base orange color is not something I'm a fan of. Maybe just the lighting.
Yes, I sold a lot of chips including my horseshoe cincy and jack detroit sets as well as all the chips that were not part of any playable sets.It's always interesting to see how tastes change -- sometimes quite predictable, other times not at all. This also reminds me I really need to sell some chips ... as my journey has shifted directions, I just keep stacking boxes in my closet
if you could do it all again, would you avoid buying the chips that you’ve sold off?Funny thought I had today…. The below pic shows my collection about a year ago…. Today, only a few of these racks remain in my possession and those that do are all relabeled. So true how wants/needs change during the chipping journey. Even my table felt is different. I really miss those ES .25s thou.
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For me, the chipping journey could not happen any other way. I came to this forum looking to buy a set of Paulsons for my game. Needless to say, I was in sticker shock. Paying thousands of dollars for a set of chips was hard to swallow at first. Now, it’s as easy as eating M&Ms. I started with horseshoe cincys, moved up to jack Detroits and then to the ES chips, then the wheels really came off and I went Lala lulu. I never thought of myself as a collector. So my intent has always been to use the chips I buy. Today I feel like I am in a really good place chipwise. Although I kinda regret giving up my ES chips and my BTP chips. I currently have the following sets:if you could do it all again, would you avoid buying the chips that you’ve sold off?