JACK Entertainment Completes Sale of JACK Cincinnati Casino

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I'm guessing Ohio gaming laws require on-site secondaries for all denoms above $5 in case of a security breach.
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(A) Unless otherwise authorized by the executive director, each casino operator shall have a primary set of value chips, a separate secondary set of value chips, a primary set of non-value chips, and a non-value chip reserve, which shall conform to the color and design specifications set forth in this chapter. An approved secondary set of value chips and reserve non-value chips shall be placed into active play when the primary set of value chips or non-value chips is removed.

(B) The secondary set of value chips shall have different secondary colors than the primary set for all denominations of twenty-five dollars and higher.

http://codes.ohio.gov/oac/3772-11-13v1
 

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The $2s look great stacked. the 1ks are my favorite though. They really pop in person. Looking forward to harvesting some mint hard rocks real soon.
 

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I'd be interested in a very small quantity (like 30) of the $25 chips in casino used condition.
 

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Anyone know what is going on with this Casino sale? Will it mean more chips for sale in the market eventually?
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bi...cinnati-casino-sells-for-745-million.amp.html

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The casino will continue to operate under its current branding until spring 2020, when it will become Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati. The casino sits on 22 acres in Pendleton. It has more than 100,000 square feet of gaming space with about 1,800 gaming machines and 100 table games.

Guessing the current “closure” will impact that time line just not sure if it will speed it up or delay it. But it’s also not like they close and two days later they are for sale, IF they even come to market.
 
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Now would be the perfect time to switch it over. But I think they have to announce a final date to cash in any outstanding chips before they switch over. Maybe they can re-brand and still give a date in the future to cash in any chips.

And I really Hope Hard Rock gets some nice Paulsons so I can go harvest some opening week.
 

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I did not read the article but does this mean that every Jack branded Casino, if there are any left, are all be sold to the Hard Rock group?
 

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like the $1 and $2.50...I'm fairly new to chipping, but when these chips first come available, are they cheaper or more inflated than they will be in the future?
 

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I did not read the article but does this mean that every Jack branded Casino, if there are any left, are all be sold to the Hard Rock group?
There was only 3 (technically the Greektown never officially rebranded and that’s where the Jack Detroit came from). The Jack Cleveland is staying and wasn’t part of the sale. The Cincinnati was the other one that was sold and will be rebranded in Spring.
 

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Thanks for letting me know. I for one really like the $2.00 chip. I think there is a lot of opportunity for a really nice set. Looking forward to seeing more.
Take care.
 
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