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Not Mine Looks like 1000 nexgens in Austin Craigslist (1 Viewer)

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Poker table with nexgens

I think I see a whole bunch more nexgens with the table for sale in Austin.

if i lived nearby, I’d buy these to go with about 400 more of these that I have doing nothing.

just passing it along.
if anybody in Austin wants to go get em and send them my way, I’d be interested.
lots of other cash outlays recently though. Still, I thought they might be fun to relabel.
 
Poker table with nexgens

I think I see a whole bunch more nexgens with the table for sale in Austin.

if i lived nearby, I’d buy these to go with about 400 more of these that I have doing nothing.

just passing it along.
if anybody in Austin wants to go get em and send them my way, I’d be interested.
lots of other cash outlays recently though. Still, I thought they might be fun to relabel.

Sorry I missed this, I'm in Round Rock but looks like the ad was deleted so must've sold already
 
Thanks Anthony! I was thinking I should get them to have with maybe 300 others I have, but really, I have 4 playable sets and don't need these guys.

I guess I'll be posting these for sale later.

Thanks for checking in.

Toby
 
Mine are in better shape
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Now it's a hole slew of newer style of Nexgens ready for labels.

5000 chips. 6 cases that roll that hold 1000 each.

Only $300.

https://austin.craigslist.org/spo/d/pflugerville-clay-poker-chips-set-grams/7701375900.html

Clay Poker Chips Set (5) 1000 13.5 grams with Cases - $300 (Pflugerville)
There’s been plenty of debate here on PCF but the general consensus is that the “Casino” mold chips are not Nexgens. The early casino mold chips had a rubbery feel to them similar to nexgens, but there were others made by likely different manufacturers that were plastic garbage.
These have the dotted line on them, so they could be the earlier version…and at $300 for 5,000 chips, seem to be worth it, especially if the cases are halfway decent.
 
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