- Mar 26, 2013
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- Wilmington, DE
Key West offers a wide range of denominated chips for poker, from micro-cash to tournament play. Our blue $1 chips and light blue $2 chips are issued and redeemed for face value, like a store gift card. Other denominated chips retail for $1.79 each, but are $1.69 to PCF members. Key West solid chips come in nine colors and are $1.32 per chip. They were made for roulette, but do just as well on the poker table as a solid, non-denominated chip.
$3 per deck, $2.89 in larger quantities
For your game room or table we also stock:
Acrylic chip racks in two sizes
Acrylic 1,000-chip "bird cages"
Acrylic 600-chip locking "fill carriers"
Wooden 200- and 300-chip cases
Key West custom cut cards
Stock cut cards
Dealer shoes and discard racks
Full-size professional casino craps dice with the Key West name
PCF members can order directly. Send a PM to dennis63 here at PCF!
We're not an online casino, and we don't link to any. You can't gamble on our site, but you can play free casino games on our "free casino games" page for your desktop, laptop or tablet.
We have blackjack, roulette and slots, all played for free points. You'll use virtual versions of our Key West denominated and roulette chips and Key West playing cards during play. There's no need to "sign up," or pay anything. Find them under "Free casino games" at
http://www.keywestresortcasino.comThe Key West Resort & Casino is officially a "fantasy casino." It never existed anywhere. In 2007, a private retailer wanted to make a great 1960s-style casino chip perfect in every detail, with the producer who made chips in the early days of Las Vegas. The retailer picked the name "Key West" because there was no "Key West Casino" in Las Vegas, or anywhere else, at the time.
The story of the Key West Resort & Casino
The story of the Key West Resort & Casino
A beautiful logo was drawn up by J5 Design, now known as the best artist in the casino chip world. They took the design to Atlantic Standard Molding of Portland, Maine. ASM mixed up some classic "Vegas" colors and used the old "H Mold" to create the chips. The mold was used to make some of the most famous and valuable chips in the early days of Las Vegas.
The resulting chips were a great combination -- a classic mold and high-quality clay casino chip, in subdued Las Vegas colors, and a beautiful inlay. The chips were an instant hit. They quickly found their way into the hands of collectors worldwide, and fell into the "fantasy" category, like other chips produced for the home market, or chips made for casinos which never opened.
In 2011, the retailer was running low on chips and sold some of the last to a collector who wanted to keep the chip alive and available to players. He bougtht the "chip line" form the retailer -- the logo on the inlay -- and began making Key West Resort & Casino chips with ASM.
To bring more people to this great chip, new denominations were added, and J5, the original logo designer, created custom playing cards for the Key West as if it really existed. These were produced by the Liberty Playing Card Company using their high-end "Imperial Linen" card stock.
As the Key West line grew, PCF member dennis63 formed a small business in Delaware to sell Key West chips, cards and casino gaming supplies. The company is called the Continental Card & Game Company -- mostly because the State of Delaware wouldn't let us use the word "casino" in our business license.
Our guarantee: At the Key West, everything we sell is unconditionally guaranteed. We sell only the highest-quality gaming chips and casino equipment, and we expect that you will enjoy our product on the day they arrive, and long after. If not, simply return your item for a full refund of your purchase price.
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My name is Dennis. I'm the owner of Key West Resort & Casino, and "dennis63" on this site.
I wanted to introduce myself, and let everyone here know they're invited to visit the Key West Resort & Casino -- after they're done on pokerchipforum.com, of course.
You won't need to buy to stop by. You can stop in to read our information pages, post a comment, see what's new, scan Robert's Rules of Poker, or play some blackjack, roulette or slots in our "Casino Games" practice page. It's always free, as you play for free points that reload each time you come back. There is no wagering on our site, and we don't link to any online gambling sites.
I know everyone really wants to use casino-quality equipment -- the real stuff. But the only way to get real casino chips is to pay face value for them at a casino. Casino cards? Maybe you can find some "cancelled" decks from that casino you go to. And most casinos don't want to sell you one of their 32-inch professional roulette wheels.
Here, we connect with casino industry manufacturers and get them to make chips, playing cards and dealer buttons. They're the same as what's made for their casino clients, but the chips don't say, "Rio, Las Vegas," or "Tropicana, Atlantic City." They're "Key West Resort & Casino," a place that never existed.
We're a new site, and our business and our website are improving every day. But we're also small, with low overhead, so we can offer some really great prices, often lower than anywhere else on the web.
If you have a question, problem or suggestion, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So "on your way home" from pokerchipforum, I hope you'll stop in to the Key West Resort & Casino.