Tourney Heads-Up T7000? (1 Viewer)

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So I have the desire to make a heads up set with some chips I already have. Keeping it to a max of one rack.. this is what it would look like. Has this been done before and does it work? 20/20/9 with the two extra 500’s to color up all the 25’s

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I always used T7500 stacks (20/20/10) with a single T1000 for the T25 color-ups. I also have a best-of-three blind stucture posted somewhere here on PCF.
 

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I think my OCD would be pushed if I had to use 101 chips lol

Do you store card cappers or DBs somewhere? Keep a single T1000 in an airtite with those and bring it out for the game. The airtite will make it seem extra special when in use, and you won't have to worry about storing 101 chips.
 

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Do you store card cappers or DBs somewhere? Keep a single T1000 in an airtite with those and bring it out for the game. The airtite will make it seem extra special when in use, and you won't have to worry about storing 101 chips.

That's not a bad idea.. hmm
 

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Interesting debate here. I think what might decide it for me is the fun of having only A single 1k chip in play. It becomes sort of a target, or trophy.
 

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16/16/4/4 for T8000, takes 80 chips can also work for a credible 4 player breakdown of 8/8/2/2. Get extra T 500 or 1000 to taste for the open barrel.
 

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16/16/4/4 for T8000, takes 80 chips can also work for a credible 4 player breakdown of 8/8/2/2. Get extra T 500 or 1000 to taste for the open barrel.

I've almost the same breakdown :


https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/nevada-jacks-travel-set.49914/

It can cover indeed 4 players if needed : 8/8/8.
I use T100 for coloring-up the T25.

Total I have 106 chips in this heads-up (or 4-max travel) set.
 
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