SOLD NAGB BOAT BONANZA MEGA SALE [AS] [AST] [ESST] [ES2T] (1 Viewer)

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Sale pending on all chips.
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This is the information I got from the Angel Site https://www.angelplayingcards.com/en/ when I was looking for the GPI Mexico address. If my information is flawed it could be but this is what I found. I always thought GPI was it's own company and didn't know it was bought until I went to the Angel site today.

From the Angel President's page
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From the Angel North America Location on the Angel Page.
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The part that discusses the GPI Mexico Factory.
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The factory has been there for more than 20 years. The marketing team wordsmiths make it sound new.
Factory on google maps.
GPI SEC filing from 2005 I got lost in while doing searches.
GPI bus
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Back on topic: Congrats to the buyer and seller. Wow
 
These would be so cool if they were from a real gaming establishment!! While still cool IMO they just don't peak my interest as they did when I first saw them!

Again One mans opinion.. I am a bit curious tho.... as to the history of the chips, Were they all like $2 to have made?
 
Oh ANNNND.... A huge congrats on the sale!! Very impressive!

Thank you, thank you. Was difficult explaining to my wife why we no longer needed any cars and why downgrading to a 300sq. ft space for the entire family was of the utmost importance, but we all have to make sacrifices in life. I'm looking forward to filling up half of our living space with chips.
 
My personal grails. Will be sad to see these ones go...

Empress Star Secondary Tournament
ESST / ES2T
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AS Cash for posterity
3,800 chips

Pardon the weird order, it's so I can differentiate to buyer between the felted vs mint chips. The fracs, $1s, and $5s at the "top" of the table have been played. Everything else (aside from a barrel of $20s) is minty fresh...

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And the case of 500 extras...
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