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Hello,

I started browsing the forums a few weeks ago after looking for guidance on buying a setup for a home game. After seeing all the vomit emoticons after mentions of Milano chips I've decided to go with them anyways. Look forward to participating in the forums with you all.
 
The Tina China clays cards molds are really nice if you haven’t got a sample set to check them out.
Is that what this thread is about? I was considering it as I like the idea of a California style color scheme. Are they softer like the Milanos? I've played in home games with ceramics as well as metal slug chips and do not like either.

Edit: I'm also looking for chips in the 10 gram range like the Paulsons my local casino uses.
 
Is that what this thread is about?
Yes, those are the Tina chips. I can only speak for the cards mold samples I have but they seem as close to real clays as I’ve seen. They have a matte finish too, which is nice. You can do any colors and inlays you want (completely custom) or pick a previously made set from the photos listed.
 
Maybe I'll give them a try. They do look nice. How's the flashing though? It looks a little rough to me. I might just go with Majestic. The more I read the more people seem to recommend those.
 
Maybe I'll give them a try. They do look nice. How's the flashing though? It looks a little rough to me. I might just go with Majestic. The more I read the more people seem to recommend those.
I bought a sample set from the PCF store and they were great.
 

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