Not Mine Bud Jones?

mipevi

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Whatever they are, that's a decent amount of redbirds :D
 

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Cheap chips, not BJ. BG has a set of these - message him if you want a review but my memory is he said these were better than most cheapos. Can't remember whether they're slugged.
 

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Confirming no Bud Jones. But those are one of the better cheapo plastic chips.


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The ad says they aren't slugged which is the only reason I asked.
they might make a decent labeling project for the right price.
 

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The $1 and $5 chips were marketed in 2003-2005 as "Las Vegas Pro 9g", and weigh about 9 grams. There were also several other label themes sold on the same basic chip: automobiles, dogs, etc. Denominations/colors were white $1, red $5, blue $10, green $25, black $100, purple $500, and orange $1000. Blanks were also available.

They are pretty decent for the money (9c each in the linked eBay BIN listing, and sold for around 14c-15c new originally). The chips are sort of a cross between soft plastic and current china clay material.

No metal slugs, labels are covered with a thick glossy laminate that is set into a recessed center (plenty deep for an aftermarket laminated label), and the labels remove somewhat easily for re-label jobs. I have around 2000 of these chips (which were my first 'serious' tournament set), plus another 1300 cash chips ($1 and $5) on a similar mold made of the same material..

Definitely NOT produced by BJ or B&G.

PA-LVSPREAD.jpg



Here are similar-mold blank chips, showing the recessed center area:
pa-50stk-thumb.jpg



They also produced a giant label mold version, which did not handle nearly as nice:
PA-LVPREMIERSPREAD.jpg
 
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You should have asked earlier, Greg -- I threw away 2000 of these before moving to FL.

They're pretty crappy, and highly variable in image quality and base shade from one cylinder of 50 to the next.
 
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