Bud Jones chips?

Josh Kifer

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Lots of different types of Bud Jones. Good chips, but each type feels a bit different.
 

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I love the Bud Jones S2's... I have a cash and tournament set. I hate the suction effect of the V6's and I'm not a fan of the V7's.. R4's make a nice relabel option for tournaments.

Most around here don't like Bud Jones in general...

What specifically are you asking about?
 

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I love the Bud Jones S2's... I have a cash and tournament set. I hate the suction effect of the V6's and I'm not a fan of the V7's.. R4's make a nice relabel option for tournaments.

Most around here don't like Bud Jones in general...

What specifically are you asking about?
I adore CICs....
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And the R4's make a great value set.
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There are many different lines that have been offered over the years by the Bud Jones company (which is part of the GPI conglomerate). They are all plastic chips, but the physical characteristics can be very different between the various lines.

I think that S2, V7, and V8 lines are the more popular for cash chips in existing casinos, and R4s are quite ubiquitous around roulette wheels everywhere.

There are sample sets available to forum members that have some of these S2 chips as well as a variety of Paulson clays. No up front cost, just sign up to receive them for evaluation. Then forward to the next interested party when you're done.
 
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