Grand Victoria Secondary Pr0n

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Since these pics, I've sold off 300 Motor City quarters and acquired another 150 mint $5s. I'm looking to add 50 $5s, a rack of $100s, 2 or 3 barrels of $500s, and a barrel or two of $1000s.

Enjoy!


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Sweet looking set! How many chips total is that set?
 

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Wow very nice!

Is that a huge cash game set or tourney set?
 

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@Tommy, we play small stakes, so I use it for both.

In total, 2,517 broken down like so;

200 x 0.25
504 x 1
502 x 2.50
652 x 5
503 x 25
113 x 100
22 x 500
21 x 1000

Just shy of $61,000 in bankroll.

I live about 20 minutes from where the Grand Victoria was located. It was my first set, and an overkill purchase, but it's my favorite.
 

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Gotcha. The GV are very nice. I have a complete sample set and I also relabeled some GV $500 primaries into Terrible's $1ks :)

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Tommy, I would have cried if you relabeled GVC secondary $500s. Those Terrible $1000s look good.

Can you share with me who did your labels? Or perhaps have them shoot me a PM? I have a relabeling project in mind.

~ J
 

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I wanted to use secondaries but could not find the qty I needed. ;)
 

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@Tommy, we play small stakes, so I use it for both.

In total, 2,517 broken down like so;

200 x 0.25
504 x 1
502 x 2.50
652 x 5
503 x 25
113 x 100
22 x 500
21 x 1000

Just shy of $61,000 in bankroll.

I live about 20 minutes from where the Grand Victoria was located. It was my first set, and an overkill purchase, but it's my favorite.
I know what you mean. My first casino poker experience was at the Grand Vic. I went nuts too. I drove to Michigan to score them from Jim.

Super set.

My breakdown:

500 x 1
2000 x 5
300 x 25
400 x 100
300 x 500
100 x 1000

Both cash and tourney. But the wife doesn't want me to put them in play.
 

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hi very nice set impressive
don't forget to let some for me i want to finish my 300 GV sec set
 

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There were over 80,000 secondary chips made available, so I think you should be able to find a few.

Good luck with your quest. The hunt is half the fun!

hi very nice set impressive
don't forget to let some for me i want to finish my 300 GV sec set
 

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i just need to find a little i want a 300 chip set

i already have :

1 double deck gemaco superflex GV
1 acrylic dealer
17 x 500$ sec mint
17 x 100$ sec mint
75 x 25$ sec mint
and some roulette

i look for :
1 rack of 5$ sec mint
25 x 25$ sec mint
33 x 100$ sec mint
33 x 500$ sec mint

what is difficult to find is the small amount that i need and 5 i havent seen any sale in 4 months
 

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Here is my small GV set:

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