Dunno about 40, but my 20 abc rebuy chips are the most stable ceramic stack I own.
Just wanna say here: thanks to Gene, One Eyed Dollar, and everyone else who showed so much interest in these chips. Without a rabid mob of chip fans, these would never have been made! I think they look amazing, and that's not just the art--it's because Gene really knows his stuff!
How sturdy is your table? (Sorry I had to blur out some of the secret stuff )How do these stack 40 deep?
Is there any way to see the pink with a 5-cent mockup option?
A couple of options for semi-customs with the pink chip:Gene, in the semi-custom option, can we get the pink chip with the word "REBUY" on it instead of a denomination?
I initially read this as "the constipation options..." which immediatley illicited the head-cocked-to-the-side look. Sometimes my brain is equally comical and frustrating. Unless what it perceives is entirely out of context I won't know if what I'm perceiving is incorrect.the customization options are an excellent addition to the standard set offerings.
I prefer this breakdown as a minimum for a single table set (10 players):Dave would you mind posting your optimal 1 table tourney breakdown.
Correct - that 600 chip set supports one table up to T35K stacks (12/12/5/6/5), while also supporting 20 players with 20K stacks (8/8/4/7/2) or 10K stacks with re-buys.I went with the universal, and BG approved 600 chip set.
T 25 - 160
T 100 - 160
T 500 - 80
T 1k - 140
T 5k - 60
With 5 extras each. Perfect for 1 (12/12/5/7) or 2 (8/8/4/7) table 10k starting stacks.
This is what I’ll be going with:
Green 0.25/blue $1/yellow $5/black $20
I’d really like to use the $5000 plaque as my $20 but I decided on the black $20 to save a few bucks towards my CPC set. I also think that these base and side paint options will look great in stacks together.
Would really like to see more breakdowns and denomination choices as I can't decide what colors and what numbers, and I can't even decide cash or tournament!
200 x 25c
200 x 1
100 x 5
80 x 25
20 x 100