Board Gamers Poker Chip Interest Thread

Zephyr

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I want some of these. I like both the trains and the tracks. Why not trains on one side and the tracks on the obverse?!?

I prefer the colored labels rather than the monochrome. I'm fine with the color combinations, and will want all the denominations except the 0.25 chips --- might order those as blank and label as bounty or something.
 

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Most likely the labels will all be one color. Also, thinking about removing the crown mold and adding a small train.

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No currency symbol, a 20 denomination, nice edge spots, no fake casino artwork. This is going to be a winner! Regardless of whether they'll have a crown, train or track mold.

But I still have the feeling there's some room for improvement. I'm not a designer so I can't pinpoint the exact reason, but the artwork of the Paulson Noir chips (see below) works slightly better IMO. Maybe I just like black backgrounds better (like Jack's or Horseshoe Cincinatti/Cleveland chips). Or maybe it's that light (center) to dark (label edge) gradient on the Apache labels that's bugging me.


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Those Paulson's are pretty! If the gray 5,000 chip were relabeled to 20, they would be practically perfect. The only other change I would make would be adjusting the edge spots on the gray chip. Maybe use the style of those on the 25 using black and white for the colors.
 
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Interested... probably ~600 set of blanks.

Which set of color/edgespot combos will this set go with? The 7 chips or 11 chips?

What's the ETA on this set? Holiday season?

Not really digging that train mold. Something seems missing with the that track mold. Maybe an outer concentric circle?
 
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