First, I'm in NJ. First exposure to casinos was Atlantic City; I trained and dealt here. NJ colors dictate that singles are white.
Second, the old standard for a red, white, blue poker set was that the blue chip was the most valuable. In fact, that's why stocks from the biggest, most valuable companies are called "blue chip stocks."
Between being into the etymology and having so much experience where white=$1, seeing blue singles just weirds me out.
Let's see.... 888 Nakoda Way, Kananaskis, AB T0L 1N0, Canada?
NOPE. Not near New Jersey. Anyone else?
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Funny thought, when I saw the picture of the Nakoda chips - would love to harvest the $.50 and $5 for a relabel, but I'll get the $1's from the Borgata so they're not blue... how bad would it look if I got these blue chips and relabled them as a bigger denom?