My Custom Labels - 100's 500's, 1k's, and bounty labels!

Mr. Cheese

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Just got my custom labels today. It's not nearly as bad putting non-laminated labels on as I thought it would be. I'm not super fast but I can do 3 to 4 chips per minute.

Terrible's St Jo Primary 100's (Ultimate Bet 100's originally)



Terrible's St Jo Primary 1000's (Casino Aztar Secondary 500's)



Terrible's St Jo Bounty (Ultimate Bet Grey w/pink/mint edgespot $100's)



I might actually use the UB Grey w/pink and mint as a 5k chip but I can't decide so I'm only going to label 1 or 2 as a bounty just to see how I'm feeling about them. If I use them as a 5k chip I'll have to figure out another RHC chip to put the bounty chip labels onto.


Splashed pot of the 100's and 1k's :)



Hope you enjoy!
 

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They all look great.
Thanks Phil :). I'll finally have enough 100's once I finish relabeling all 200 of them! Last game I only had 10 100's so we had to use almost all 25's which wasn't a lot of fun once our blinds were in the 200/400 range lol. This will make it much easier.
 

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Taking off all the original UB labels must have been a PITA. When I relabel my Oak Trees I'm leaving the original inlay on.
 

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It was a pita especially when you trim your nails too short lol.

These chips still have the UB inlays as those would probably be impossible to remove without destroying the chip, but I did have to remove the laminated UBT (Ultimate Blackjack Tour) labels that were at some point put over the original UB inlay.

I don't have any with the UBT laminated labels on anymore but I did stick a couple on the inside of one of the chip boxes lol.
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Not sure how you removed them but I remember reading something about putting chips in boiling water to remove inlays. Not sure if I'd try it but...
 

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Not sure how you removed them but I remember reading something about putting chips in boiling water to remove inlays. Not sure if I'd try it but...
I've heard of boiling water to remove hotstamps but not inlays. It's possible that could remove them as well but I definitely wouldn't want to test it with my chips lol.
 

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Not sure how you removed them but I remember reading something about putting chips in boiling water to remove inlays. Not sure if I'd try it but...
This is familiar to me too. I think it was a European CT member that did this for a MGM Grand relabel project? I think he relabeled them as dimes?
 

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I was going to put my bounty labels on my UB grey w/pink and mint edge spots but I'm not so sure I should make these bounty chips? I've got 5k labels too so maybe I should make these into the 5k chip and find a different RHC chip to relabel as my bounty? Thoughts? If you think I should find different RHC chips to use for my bounty chip, any suggestions as to what chip? Thanks!

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