Quarterpie tourney 25k option? (1 Viewer)

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Hello everyone,

I'm designing a T25 tournament set for Tina web mold hybrids.
The whole set will be designed as quarterpies but i just can't think of any color combination for the 25k chip.
The set will contain ~800 chips to serve up to 24/25 Players if needed. I could just go with 5k as my highest denom, but i want a 25k chip.

Got any ideas?

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The colors he has now are obviously just placeholders

Thank you
 
Hello everyone,

I'm designing a T25 tournament set for Tina web mold hybrids.
The whole set will be designed as quarterpies but i just can't think of any color combination for the 25k chip.
The set will contain ~800 chips to serve up to 24/25 Players if needed. I could just go with 5k as my highest denom, but i want a 25k chip.

Got any ideas?

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The colors he has now are obviously just placeholders

Thank you
You likely will never need a 25k chip in a T25-base set.

But since you have already used the green / black / blue / yellow / red choices for T25-T5000, I'd make the T25k chip a rainbow mix of colors (repeating no previously used shades). Can even go with six or eight colors to make it stand out.
 
You likely will never need a 25k chip in a T25-base set.

But since you have already used the green / black / blue / yellow / red choices for T25-T5000, I'd make the T25k chip a rainbow mix of colors (repeating no previously used shades). Can even go with six or eight colors to make it stand out.

Thats an option i already played with in my mind. I should give it a try. Most likely with 6 colors
 
since you already have a green chip, go with something else. Yellow/purple
 
Switch your T500 and T5000.
Do your T25000 with a White/Gold scheme. You probably won't need more than 5, unless you decide to make your set flexible enough to also do T100 and T500 base.
 

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