Poker Set Selection Tool

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Gives a perfect breakdown for cash games. Wish I had this when I built my first set. Would have saved me some $ from trial and error purchases. It’ll be helpful if we ever decide to play a home tourney.
 
Is there a way for your link to start in "Present" view by default? When I clicked the link I see it as the "editable" view, so links are acting odd and I see your "notes" field, but when I click the "Present" button (top left), then it appears correctly..... so probably just a Share Link option or something?

Otherwise looks very cool, thank you for making it!
 
Is there a way for your link to start in "Present" view by default? When I clicked the link I see it as the "editable" view, so links are acting odd and I see your "notes" field, but when I click the "Present" button (top left), then it appears correctly..... so probably just a Share Link option or something?

Otherwise looks very cool, thank you for making it!
I took the 'edit' out of the URL. Is it coming up in Present view by default for you now?
 
Nope, still shows the slides and slide deck on the side.
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Unfortunately I think the 'publish to web' auto advances the slides and breaks the navigation stuff. Try the link above again - I think I've got the URL fixed this time.
Bingo, that worked! :tup:
 
This is a great idea. New resources are always exciting.

Now I am thinking about how it would be neat to build it out as a small web app and integrate images from the ChipDB. I'll try to avoid registering pokersetcalculator.com - I have enough projects already!
 
It's nice. Just one small remark regarding color-up : additional chips for the color-up are enough but for a strict chip race only. If you prefer the round up method, there's not enough chip.

Ex: 12 x T25 / 12 x T100
For strict chip race : 1.5 x T1000 per player is required. So for then players 15 are required (as thé tool suggest).
For round up, to cover the worst case, you need to multiple this amount by 1.5.

For the rest, amazing tool.
 
If someone more knowledgeable than myself would like to write up a ‘Coloring up’ primer, I’d be happy to incorporate it into the tool.
 
If someone more knowledgeable than myself would like to write up a ‘Coloring up’ primer, I’d be happy to incorporate it into the tool.

This video is pretty good :

Only thing is that T25 and T100 shall usually be colored-up with T1000.
T500 with T5000.
T1000 with T25,000 etc etc.

The tool calculates the right amount of chips assuming a strict chip race.

But if you want to use the round up method, just take the amount of chips required for a strict chip race and multiply it by 1.5 to cover the worst cases (when lots of players have an odd number of chips to color-up).
 
Pretty nice tool although it would be nice to add a selection for 200 fracs for those that like full racks and run more than one table. Great job
 

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Thank you for this tool!

I have my first/ second day here on pokerchipforum.com, and I guess I found that threat just at the right time.
Like the user @Grimace was saying above.
I am looking forward to create a completely new selection of nice clay chips.
The poker game we are playing (Cash 1/1, cap 5) is exactly at the end of the small stakes and at the beginning of the large stakes.
Because of the live straddle and the fact, players are cashing in deeper over the time.
Also, I am a fan of having large stacks with '5's' on the table, the tool already considered it in the section 'more ideas' :tup:
Maybe you can add 100-300 '5's more in the section 'more ideas', if you want to drop rake with that '5's', too :)
Because of my considerations my plan is to get a poker chip set of 1000-1200 chips (only 1's, 5's, 25's, 100's and a few 500's and 1k's just for the feeling and to cover games with huge action) chips with 600x '5's'.
Do you guys think it's way too much?
 
Thank you so much. For 300 chips, should I just divide the result by 2 since it gives you the result for 500 chips, then add 50 more chips at a similar ratio, right?
 
This is a great tool. Thanks for doing that. I'm glad to know the bank, but I'm definitely still undecided on a supplier.
 

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