Harrah's Cherokee NCV Paulsons THC

DiceDiver

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I keep seeing these chips as available in barrels and racks, mostly the $5's (watermelon) and $25's (lime green).

Questions: Are these "real" live casino chips, even though they are NCV? I have some NVC chips from Harrah's Laughlin that the cage gave me in redemption for a free play ticket. I can use these at a table for an even money bet (pass line for example). Could I use the Harrah's Cherokee chips for the same thing (if I were at the NC casino)?

What about all the chips from JACK? Are they real? Could you take them to the casino and play them?

Just wondering.

Thanks.
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The short answer is no, you wouldn’t be able to redeem them for face value. If you’re asking specifically about Jack Detroit, those are chips made for a casino that never opened.
 

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Actually, I was most interested in the Harrah's Cherokee chips and their back story.
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The answer to if they’re real casino chips, yes. Sent you a PM. They are not cashable at face value just like any other no cash value tournament Poker Chip would be at any casino.
 
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