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First off I want to say thank you to @p5woody for completing this design for me. We worked on it for quite a while and it is finally complete.The major inspiration for these chips came from @ChaosRock Bubbs' Poker Den set. Marley is a major part of my life and was recently diagnosed with caner and does not have long to live so I wanted something to remember him by when he does end up leaving us. Cant wait to get these in hand. View attachment 138451
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I love the B mold, got a set on it I love! The design and colors are great, I'm personally not a fan of the same spot pattern on the T100 and T1000, you've got so any choices, why double up on one? A 312 spot would make sense in the progression.
 

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I'm personally not a fan of the same spot pattern on the T100 and T1000, you've got so any choices, why double up on one? A 312 spot would make sense in the progression.
I agree with this sentiment in the context of this set. As the set stands, the 212 pattern sticks out like a sore thumb.

Option 1 - Change the 1k to a 312.
Option 2 - Go all x14 spots. Switch the T500 to a 314, then go with 3A14 for the 1k.
 

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The major inspiration for these chips came from @ChaosRock Bubbs' Poker Den set.
It's hard to go wrong when you're using @ChaosRock's sets as a starting point. He makes some great stuff.

Sorry to hear about your dog, mate. May this set serve as a fitting tribute.

Might I make a suggestion? As a fun little add-on to the set, why don't you spring for a larger ceramic button with two big dog paws on it. Then when someone's tanking too long, you throw out the Big Paws button. :D (The flipside of the button could say "Dealer", of course).
 
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I agree with this sentiment in the context of this set. As the set stands, the 212 pattern sticks out like a sore thumb.

Option 1 - Change the 1k to a 312.
Option 2 - Go all x14 spots. Switch the T500 to a 314, then go with 3A14 for the 1k.
Its already finalized. Thanks for the input though.
 
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