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Panzudo

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Hi, nice to meet you all.

A new guy from Spain, watching the pics, and trying to find the chips I still couldn`t found.

Thx!
 

Trihonda

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Welcome. However, are you looking for 10's for collector purposes, or to add to a playable set? I can't imagine a set that really needs 10's. If you're doing cash, just do $1/5/25/100 or something similar. If you're doing a tourney, just use 5/25/100/500/1k/5k etc... The denoms typically jump 4-5x the previous denom in most well structured sets.
 

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Hi, nice to meet you all.

A new guy from Spain, watching the pics, and trying to find the chips I still couldn`t found.

Thx!
Welcome. Spain is beautiful! I flew into Madrid back about 14 years ago and visited a friend in Salamanca for 2 weeks. He came here to Canada for the summer to study and live with us 2 years before that. So he just returned the favor. I was too young to appreciate the old art and wonderful buildings/scenery. Wish I could go back now :(
 

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Welcome. However, are you looking for 10's for collector purposes, or to add to a playable set? I can't imagine a set that really needs 10's. If you're doing cash, just do $1/5/25/100 or something similar. If you're doing a tourney, just use 5/25/100/500/1k/5k etc... The denoms typically jump 4-5x the previous denom in most well structured sets.

I'm thinking about $10s for my small .05/.10 cash set. Since I'm using casino $5s for nickels and $25s for quarters and $1s at face value, if I want some big chips to expand the bank, $10s or $20s are the best denominated option. Not sure what OP wants them for, of course.
 
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