Cali CPC-set. Added a poll. Critique/suggestions wanted

Which set do you like best

  • Set 1

    Votes: 18 52.9%
  • Set 2

    Votes: 3 8.8%
  • Set 3

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Set 4

    Votes: 1 2.9%
  • Set 5

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Set 6

    Votes: 12 35.3%

  • Total voters
    34

Eriks

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Trying to put together a fairly inexpensive cpc-set with cali colors. Would really appreciate some feedback. I have been going back and forth a lot, especially with the black or butterscotch 20, but anything’s up for debate. Dunno know for sure about the mold, will have to get mold samples. Thanks!

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Trying to put together a fairly inexpensive cpc-set with cali colors.

inexpensive and CPC in one sentence :D - just kidding. I like option #4 best ... the bright white chip looks great. Butterscotch with any sort of chocolate is always a good comination.
 

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inexpensive and CPC in one sentence :D - just kidding. I like option #4 best ... the bright white chip looks great. Butterscotch with any sort of chocolate is always a good comination.

Well, it’s all relative I guess :). I really like that combo as well, my concern with that option is that I feel it might have too much bright white. Not sure it would be an issue
 

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Just to clarify: ”inexpensive” as far as cpc-designs go. I’m well aware this is a $1500-set with a decent breakdown :)
 

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Not only mold but color samples too (unless you already have them). The difference between screen and clay is night and day. Oh, and I'm a poet it seems!

Very beautiful :). @HMK was kind enough to lend me his sample-set
 

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I can lend you the mold set if you want.

[Edit: but with $23 shipped for new ones, it might not be worth it unless I can get them to you in person]
 

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I like nr 4. Any ideas for inlay? Kr as currency? :)
 

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I like nr 4. Any ideas for inlay? Kr as currency? :)

Don’t know yet if I will use ”Kr”, ”SEK” or nothing at all. I’m really into red wine, especially Italian and especially from Chianti. Haven’t decided on a name but for design I’m thinking something like this:

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California has a great wine industry as well. Make the theme a fictional Cali winery with a poker room or something along those lines.
 

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California has a great wine industry as well. Make the theme a fictional Cali winery with a poker room or something along those lines.

That’s true and that’s a great idea, thanks! (But I’m not drinking any fucking Merlot!)
 

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I would say
-Value 1 Blue: the 312 (as in sets 2 to 5)
-Value 5 Yellow: the 3D14 (as in set 1)
-Value 20 Black: (as in sets 1and 2).
-Value 100 White: 6A14 but with light blue instead of purple
-Value 500 Purple: as in sets 2 to 5

Don't use currency symbols. The world is a very tough place for currencies, if they're not the USD or the CHF.

A wine-maker label is a good, matching idea.
 

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I would say
-Value 1 Blue: the 312 (as in sets 2 to 5)
-Value 5 Yellow: the 3D14 (as in set 1)
-Value 20 Black: (as in sets 1and 2).
-Value 100 White: 6A14 but with light blue instead of purple
-Value 500 Purple: as in sets 2 to 5

Don't use currency symbols. The world is a very tough place for currencies, if they're not the USD or the CHF.

A wine-maker label is a good, matching idea.
So this: (I like it!). And I agree about the no currency symbol.

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Don't use currency symbols. The world is a very tough place for currencies, if they're not the USD or the CHF.

What are you talking about? I get lots of kr for every dollar. More and more every other day it seems. :rolleyes:
 

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While we’re on the subject. I have an idea for breakdown which I’m sure can improve with some insight from you guys. So keep in mind 2/4 NLH and PLO. Buy-ins usually 1000 and we’re 6-7 players. No crazy game but there will be re-buys. Perhaps a bit less than one extra buy-in/person on average.

I’m thinking a 600 pc set with a bank of 19 760:

1s - 160
5s - 240
20s - 120
100s - 60
500s -20
 

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I think your true main workhorse chip is the 20 (the 5 is already a blinds chip).
So, I 'd make 160x5s and 200x20s, which also gives you some more bank, in case the game grows somewhat.
 

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I really like lots of 5s though. Maybe 200x5s and 160x20s. Or maybe I should go with a 700 pc :nailbite:

You’re definitely right about making it more future proof.
 

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What about this spot pattern for the 1? It will help give the set a little more variety and it only level 2 so still affordable.

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With 700 pc maybe I could go:

1 - 160
5 - 240
20 - 200
100 - 70
500 - 30

Bank: 27360

Or:

100 - 60
500 - 40

Bank: 31 360
 

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I like @Rhodeman77 's idea about the 1.
The 500 has to stay purple, or you 'll have to radically re-think the spot colours for the 100 (in your second scenario above they share exactly all of their colors, which would make dirty stacks, or a pink, white and light blue salad.:)
 

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In keeping with the spot progression, I think the last chip would look great with two spot colors. I was just playing around with ideas and landed on this.

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I like @Rhodeman77 's idea about the 1.
The 500 has to stay purple, or you 'll have to radically re-think the spot colours for the 100 (in your second scenario above they share exactly all of their colors, which would make dirty stacks, or a pink, white and light blue salad.:)

That’s certainly true. Luckily I prefer the purple over the pink :)
 
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