Ideas for Even Stevens frac

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I love the Even Stevens, very nice chips, but what should I use for a frac ? I would like to stay RHC, but another mold wouldn't bother me. I guess I want to find an inlay that works with Even Stevens chips. I have Blue Chip .25, Mark Twain .50, Terrible twain .50 sec la grange and st. joe, Lumiere Place .50, or maybe a hotstamped chip, or something else. What are others using ??
 

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First chip that comes to mind is Terrible's, preferably the lighter pink ones (Mark Twains?)
 

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As you said, a THC mold could be used, which would open much more possibilities, and especially some solid roulette chips (the day blue par-a-dice ones could work perhaps),
 
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I love the Even Stevens, very nice chips, but what should I use for a frac ? I would like to stay RHC, but another mold wouldn't bother me. I guess I want to find an inlay that works with Even Stevens chips. I have Blue Chip .25, Mark Twain .50, Terrible twain .50 sec la grange and st. joe, Lumiere Place .50, or maybe a hotstamped chip, or something else. What are others using ??

If you looking to do a re-label, I think these Crystal Parks RHC solids would make good fractionals. I almost bought them for my Sahara set but ended up grabbing a rack of Garden City $1s from Don Clay.
 

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As you said, a THC mold could be used, which would open much more possibilities, and especially some solid roulette chips (the day blue par-a-dice ones could work perhaps),

that idea crossed my mind too
 

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All three of the Outpost Casino fractionals have a complimentary spot pattern.
 

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If you looking to do a re-label, I think these Crystal Parks RHC solids would make good fractionals. I almost bought them for my Sahara set but ended up grabbing a rack of Garden City $1s from Don Clay.

This is blasphemy, right Ovo. ;) By the way Tommy, there are many other less expensive RHC solids if you want to go the re-labeling route (roulettes).
 
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This is blasphemy, right Ovo. ;) By the way Tommy, there are many other less expensive RHC solids if you want to go the re-labeling route (roulettes).

Where? I'm in the market for a rack or two.
 

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Where? I'm in the market for a rack or two.

The Chiproom sold a lot of them in previous sales. You did pick up some Terrible roulettes, right?

A WTB request will probably net you what you need. Personally, I have a few racks but they aren't for sale. gl
 
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The Chiproom sold a lot of them in previous sales. A WTB request will probably net you what you need. Personally, I have a few racks but they aren't for sale. gl

Were these inlay RHC solids? I only recall hot stamped ones.
 

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Were these inlay RHC solids? I only recall hot stamped ones.

The terribles were hotstamped RHC, although you could label those as well. Most of the inlays have the roulette mold but there were a few with the RHC mold (I own some minty Mark Twain roulettes)
 

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There are quite a few .50 Terribles on eBay right now in good shape. I think these would work really well with the Even Stevens chips.
 

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I'm going with Mark Twain halves. Seems to look the best for now.
 
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