Secondaries won’t be known until purchased(if), but here’s the line minus the limited chip which you can see on chip guide.comWhat about secondaries?
Lol, honestly, I’ve been collecting since 2005 very young at 20 and after I got my first set of PNY’s circa 2008-2009 I said this is my one and only... that didn’t happen. I have and got to have some great sets over the years. I’m just trying to be satisfied but it seems this vortex of chip madness never ends, I tried staying away for three years which I did with little peeks here and there but it sucked me back in.Please let me know how/if you are able to accomplish this! I said the same thing after the Jack Detroit chips....
Identify it easier, back then you had to look for it esp on some darker inlays, when you look into a scope it will say Paulson numerous times, most people don’t have printers that can print that small so it should be clear, if it isn’t it’s fake. I know cause I used to be a croupier long ago for both legal and illegal.Is that alpha dot with the white ring around it, on $25s and up? Why the ugly white spot?
Makes the process quicker when dealing with a bunch that are compromised, you can see the dot clearer on white as to why you see them try to place it in lighter area’s of the inlay, no need to be black circles around alpha dot when it’s on the white area as bahamia show example well.If you’re a casino or gaming official and are looking for the micro dot, don’t you know where to look for it? Does it need a huge homing light on the front of the chip?
The white chips don’t have big black circles.
My point is, if you’re not looking under some sort of magnification, you may as well not bother.
If there’s a reason to check the security of multiple chips, looking for a small gray dot with your naked eyes, (that someone could easily forge) is silly.
If you’re an official verifying the chip, you do it under magnification, and you know EXACTLY where to look, white border or no white border.