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Was testing a Terrible's labels on a Stardust chip to see what label size will fit.

Perfect fit.

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LOL...I will be getting some .25 Stardust labels to label some Stardust tourney chips (not sure which color yet) as cash quarters.
 

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Which color to label as cash quarters?

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if these are barrels of 20 chips on your picture (not quite sure), you could use 160 yellow foryour quarters,
it would make 20 quarters chips in the buy-in for a 8 players game,
plus 20 $1 chips, if you play in NL 25
or with 5 $5 when you play in NL 50,
so, it could work with the yellows.
Have you already worked out the labels ?
 

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Oops! I goofed on the color. Should of been white instead of grey. New labels are being made soon. Many thanks to p5woody for making the artwork. His illustrator skills are excellent!

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I think the blue T-100 or the silver T-5000 chip would make nice quarters. The cash chips colors are toned down so using a bright color would look off to me. What do you all think?
 

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The blue T100 looks a little too close to the black $100 on screen at least. The silver is a better contrast while still staying with the muted color palette.
 

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Not the T5000's!!!!

I agree that the blue T100's are too close to the $100. You have two colours for the T100s, and one is awfully close to the T500s. Use the pink T100s, and try to get more blue T100s to round out the tourney set.
 

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Not the T5000's!!!!

I agree that the blue T100's are too close to the $100. You have two colours for the T100s, and one is awfully close to the T500s. Use the pink T100s, and try to get more blue T100s to round out the tourney set.

LOL. If I use the coral T100s, then they would be too close to the $5 chip. Not sure how often I would have $100 chips in play for my cash games. The $25 chips should suffice. I'll have to see what tourney chips I have left over after I count out chips for a 8 person to tourney with rebuys.
 

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My favorite suggestion for dealing with $100 chips at a cash game is to get some stacks of 100 singles from the bank with a paper band and keep them around for players to buy. Only stacks play, not single bills.
 

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LOL. If I use the coral T100s, then they would be too close to the $5 chip. Not sure how often I would have $100 chips in play for my cash games. The $25 chips should suffice. I'll have to see what tourney chips I have left over after I count out chips for a 8 person to tourney with rebuys.
Really? I have red/green colour issues, and I didn't think twice. I guess I'd have to see a dirty stack or spash pot to visualize the problem.
 

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I'll put some splashes together tonight if I remember.

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Here you go. My camera sucks.

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Dirty stack of $100 chips. Blue T100 mixed in.
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Some new pics with the new labels.

Left pics = with flash, Right pics = no flash)

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Comparing the T25, dark blue T100, chasg $25 and cash $100 chips

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Comparing the coral T100, pink T500, and cash $5 chips

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Comparing cash quarter options with the cash $1 chip.
 

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Thanks woody. You did a great job on the artwork!

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I'm liking the yellow now too. You guys are very persuasive. LOL :cool: I need a few more barrels of them though. Maybe I can trade some extra T5000 and T25 chips for some.
 

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another great artwork by woody :)
I like both yellow and silver
 
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