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Am I the only one on here that doesn't go GA-GA over Hot Stamped poker chips? I own a few samples from the Vegas Casinos, but I much prefer
the labelled chips with designs rather than hot stamping.
 

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There’s people who don’t like hotstamps. Most of them are early in their chipping career. A lot of people come around a little later, but not all. I like hotstamps but I don’t crave them or think I need them. But all’s depends on the stamps.
 
For everything that can be done in poker chip design, there are people on this site that love it, and people on this site that hate it.

As far as hot stamps are concerned, I will be happy to take them off your plate so that you are not forced to stare them in the foily faces any longer!
 
There’s people who don’t like hotstamps. Most of them are early in their chipping career. A lot of people come around a little later, but not all. I like hotstamps but I don’t crave them or think I need them. But all’s depends on the stamps.
I hated them. Now I prefer them. The journey is weird.
 
I really didn't, until I started harvesting these. Really like the look and feel of them. But at the end of the day, you do you! There's way too many options oiut there to get hung up on a style you don't like :)

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I have a fondness for them... but not a "love." Most of my chip preferences come from Nevada casinos based on chips manufactured in the 1980's and '90s (my preferences have grown towards older chips as well). These "older" chips utilized hotstamps on their lower denom chips... fractionals and sometimes $1. My custom sets reflect that.

Hotstamps in general have grown on me, but not to the level of those that truly crave them.
 
They may grow on me in time. Much like peek indeed cards, I initially liked to play with them, now not so much.
It's a medium where the logo can actually influence the color and design of a chip. I adore it now, and doubt I'll do another inlay set ever.
 
Damn these are beautiful. Available?
They're live, but difficult to harvest. Until the real casino is built, they have a temporary one open. And right now, the quarters are only at a single Bacarat table and the cage won't give any out.
 
I believe that the above (I agree! Bring on dem stamps!! We all know what Tay Tay said... "haters gonna hate hate hate) is very wrong in this case. I challenge anyone to show me where the word "hate" was used anywhere in this thread. Nobody on this site hates poker chips but some prefer some over others.
 
Were getting to see lot's of hot stamps, and most of those pictures are really quite nicely done chips.
I can see how these would be collectible.
 
I like hot stamps. But most of the new Vegas $1 hot stamps seem to be designed to make the chip look intentionally shittier and cheaper. Reduce harvesting and lower costs.

If they were THC hot stamps I'd shut up immediately because that would be excellent for harvesting, but I have no interest in RHC.

Don't like a single new LV hot stamp compared to the original labeled counterpart.
 
I'm definitely in the anti-hot stamp club... I know folks love them (and respect that), but they really just do nothing for me.
 
I like hot stamps. But most of the new Vegas $1 hot stamps seem to be designed to make the chip look intentionally shittier and cheaper. Reduce harvesting and lower costs.

If they were THC hot stamps I'd shut up immediately because that would be excellent for harvesting, but I have no interest in RHC.

Don't like a single new LV hot stamp compared to the original labeled counterpart.
The ones that I have (the Flamingo above for one) looks like it was done by an amateur stamper. The edge of the stamp are not smooth at all.
Most of the ones listed above by others are nicely done for sure.
 

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