Bristol Casino in Bristol, VA (eventually going to be a Hard Rock Casino) - harvesting. (1 Viewer)

casiowiz

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Are fractional chips usually easy to find at a casino? I've never played any games that weren't $1/$5/$10 (so usually see $1, $5, $25 chips). Or is it that going to be hard to find? Is the poker room going to be the best bet (pun intended)? I only live 20ish miles away, so it would be worth a drive, but I am not a fan of the smoke smell of most casinos I've been in, so I'd like to be efficient :)
 
What do these look like? Most of the newer hardrock chips I have seen are oversized inlays.
 
I actually had reason to be in Bristol earlier this week and stopped by. Paulson Chips with the large inlays. $1/$2.50/$5/$25/$100/$500 were at the blackjack table. Unfortunately, they don't have a poker room yet, it is coming this fall with the opening of the permanent hotel/casino.

Small handfuls of chips easy enough to come by. I don't know if you could get a rack from the cashier easily or if they only run them off the tables.
 
I live 20 minutes from the casino and have been keeping my eyes open on their chips. @casiowiz is correct. I heard that plan is to continue with large inlay styles (which I personally dislike but YOMV). Waiting on the poker room to open and will be able to report back in 6 months I hope…
 
I live 20 minutes from the casino and have been keeping my eyes open on their chips. @casiowiz is correct. I heard that plan is to continue with large inlay styles (which I personally dislike but YOMV). Waiting on the poker room to open and will be able to report back in 6 months I hope…
Oh we must be neighbors :) Johnson City here!
 

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