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Hello!
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Can anyone identify these chips?
I saw them in the video on YouTube and it does not give me rest... ((
HELP!!!!
 

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After watching that, I’m inclined to think they’re cheap sluggos, not sure from where, mostly because stock footage wouldn’t use abbiati or some other premium plastic manufacturer just for two short videos playing with chips. Sorry I couldn’t help more.
 

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Which youtube video is it, so I can get background and a closer look. They seem like Abbiati chips to me, but I really need a better look.
This is a full frame ...) I already researched this video ..
I will send it. 5 seconds
And I think it's paulson!
 

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This is a full frame ...) I already researched this video ..
I will send it. 5 seconds
And I think it's paulson!
These are plastic chips. They may be some other European manufacturer I haven’t heard of, but they’re most definitely not clay Paulsons.
 

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These are plastic chips. They may be some other European manufacturer I haven’t heard of, but they’re most definitely not clay Paulsons.
Perhaps, but judging from the edges, it’s possible in the field that these were casino chips.
Seems casino shot
Table and rack ....
 

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After watching that, I’m inclined to think they’re cheap sluggos, not sure from where, mostly because stock footage wouldn’t use abbiati or some other premium plastic manufacturer just for two short videos playing with chips. Sorry I couldn’t help more.

There's a bunch of other videos related to these two, so if you're inclined to dig deeper you can :)

I'd do it, but I feel like I'm too new to the chip scene to really wager a guess.
 

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With closer inspection, they look like extremely well-used Bourgogne et Grasset chips. They have BG spot patterns I recognize, and obviously, are cracked and worn on the edges. They might have been from an old casino.
 

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There's a bunch of other videos related to these two, so if you're inclined to dig deeper you can :)

I'd do it, but I feel like I'm too new to the chip scene to really wager a guess.
It does not matter. Everyone is welcome here. And for beginners and advanced users. :)
I work on TV and understand that it can be quite real casino chips. Since the surroundings are fairly reliable. Even the croupier in the vest! I think they could agree with a real casino. And there is not a trademark.
To do such a production would be a little expensive.
In the wreck you can see the blue-green-green-violet .. And even the red chips. 1, 25, 500 and 5 ...
 

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With closer inspection, they look like extremely well-used Bourgogne et Grasset chips. They have BG spot patterns I recognize, and obviously, are cracked and worn on the edges. They might have been from an old casino.
Sounds reasonable
 

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I wrote to the guy who made these videos. He doesn’t really want to make contact, and says that these chips were from a private casino.
It looks like he can speak Russian. (he have russian name).
in Russia, casinos are outlawed.
 
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