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Will they have Paulson's? Fracs? Awesome chips, and who is going?
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It’s downtown where the Las Vegas Club and Mermaid casino used to be. It’s owned by the same guys who own The D and Golden Gate.
 

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Slightly better than even money on Paulsons (8:1 on RHC molds if so), and I'll place a hard NO bet on any fracs being in the set. Almost a lock that the Circa logo (shown above) will be on the chips.
 

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Nice. Circa.

Nevada Gaming Commission publishes a record of any new chip that they need to approve before being entered into circulation. I've seen others here on PCF look up and reference those lists before. It only contains bare bones information, like , denomination, base color, edge spot color(s) (but no spot pattern information, IIRC). If they are Paulson chips, it might be apparent if they use Paulson color names, like "Munzell Green" or "Hawaii Flower."

Actually, it was fairly easy to find through a Google search -- Nevada Gaming Control Board - "Chip and Token Report"
https://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=146

At some point, I imagine Circa would need to get approval through the NGC for all it's chips.
 

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As I said in the other thread - they remind me a lot of Vineyards
 

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I don’t hate those chips, and the plaques are cool. There are certainly a lot worse chips out there - at least someone seems to have put some time and thought into these.
I see your point. I certainly don't hate these more than any other RHC chip. Which from me, considering they're giant inlays, is saying a lot
 

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Giant inlays are probably a response by GPI sales team to ceramic sales pitch of using the entire face of the chip to promote your brand instead of a 1" inlay.
 

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The plaques are certainly cool...not like I'll ever have one.

Why 10k bigger than 25k?

But chips are meh
 

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The plaques are certainly cool...not like I'll ever have one.

Why 10k bigger than 25k?

But chips are meh
The plaques are nice. They’re the same size, it’s just the perspective of the photo :)
 

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Same reaction I have to most of your posts. :D
 
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