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We are going to make a two weeks roadtrip around florida next October and I was wondering if there is any Casino with interesting chips ?
Not sure if I'll have the time to actually play at all, but I was considering taking home a rack of $1 if by any chance there is some Paulson around.
 

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Many casinos but no good chips in the South Florida (Miami/FtL/Palm Beach) area where I am located. The Chipguide shows nice THC 1's at Casino Miami, but that casino is pretty seedy and life long poker Miami players I play with have never been there or even know anything about it. Their website says they recently renovated their poker room. But I am skeptical. If you actually want to play, I would recommend The Hard Rock or Gulfstream.
 

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Thanks guys !


Many casinos but no good chips in the South Florida (Miami/FtL/Palm Beach) area where I am located. The Chipguide shows nice THC 1's at Casino Miami, but that casino is pretty seedy and life long poker Miami players I play with have never been there or even know anything about it. Their website says they recently renovated their poker room. But I am skeptical. If you actually want to play, I would recommend The Hard Rock or Gulfstream.
I will try to hit the Casino Miami for chips when going south to the Keys. Not 100% but I’ll tell you how it is.
 

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Thanks guys !


I will try to hit the Casino Miami for chips when going south to the Keys. Not 100% but I’ll tell you how it is.
Oh I figured it out... when Casino Miami did their renovations recently they also rebranded to highlight their revival of Jai Alai. So they went from the really nice THC $1s (oversized inlay RHC $5s and $25s) to ceramics across the board.

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Clay chips don't fare well in the sun. :)

And apparently plastics don't, either.....
 
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