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Just wondering if anyone has had a chance to mess with chips from crowsheadpoker??? I recently purchased a few sample sets and am wondering about how the clay Impala casino j resort chips match up against a paulson??? Any help appreciated
 

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Their website is down for me, but even without seeing them I can almost certainly guarantee you they aren't clay chips. At best they're ceramics with a mold design, or more likely just your run-of-the-mill cheap plastic chips advertised as "real clay".
 

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Site wouldn’t load for me either, but looking at their offerings from google images, they appear to be ceramics. Quite different than Paulsons. I recommend some Paulson samples before pulling the trigger.
 

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I like the designs, for the most part. The stock breakdowns are garbage (who needs 350 quarters for a .25/.50 game?), but they allow you to choose your own. 39¢/chip for ceramics mean they're just cheap Chinese blanks, but I'm sure they're fine for the price.

I really like the Impala chips. They look to be regular plastic chips with a sticker, so they're probably slugged plastic, 13.5g chips. However, I do like the look of the mold, the edge spots, and the colors. Maybe they're unplugged, and a softer, less slippery plastic. I would have a hard time paying 99¢/chip for them unless they're somehow much nicer than the current china clays (which is unlikely).

I sent a request for weight and a sample set. We'll see.
 
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They are exactly 10 grams I weghed the whole sample set. They are super easy to shuffle and light-years better than crappy Magestic or the bank poker chips. Those are garbage. My only concern was the inlay really. The clay they use is quality but who knows on the inlay? Yes the design is amazebalz.
I like the designs, for the most part. The stock breakdowns are garbage (who needs 350 quarters for a .25/.50 game?), but they allow you to choose your own. 39¢/chip for ceramics mean they're just cheap Chinese blanks, but I'm sure they're fine for the price.

I really like the Impala chips. They look to be regular plastic chips with a sticker, so they're probably slugged plastic, 13.5g chips. However, I do like the look of the mold, the edge spots, and the colors. Maybe they're unplugged, and a softer, less slippery plastic. I would have a hard time paying 99¢/chip for them unless they're somehow much nicer than the current china clays (which is unlikely).

I sent a request for weight and a sample set. We'll see.
 

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They are exactly 10 grams I weghed the whole sample set. They are super easy to shuffle and light-years better than crappy Magestic or the bank poker chips. Those are garbage. My only concern was the inlay really. The clay they use is quality but who knows on the inlay? Yes the design is amazebalz.
Again, they’re not clay, they’re plastic. They may be pretty good plastic, but they don’t compare to real clays.
 

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They are exactly 10 grams I weghed the whole sample set. They are super easy to shuffle and light-years better than crappy Magestic or the bank poker chips. Those are garbage. My only concern was the inlay really. The clay they use is quality but who knows on the inlay? Yes the design is amazebalz.
Are they slippery?
 

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Just wondering if anyone has had a chance to mess with chips from crowsheadpoker??? I recently purchased a few sample sets and am wondering about how the clay Impala casino j resort chips match up against a paulson??? Any help appreciated
Pick up a sample of Paulsons so you can see the difference between a true clay chip versus these plastic chips. These are way overpriced for plastic chips.
 
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