Rate this inlay - Grand Casino Gulfport (1 Viewer)

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RocAFella1

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Dislike the shape of the font, the arc isn't quite right.

It also tilts me that the image goes under the font on the top.

3/5 for those design fails, but otherwise it's a solid enough design.
 

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Dislike the shape of the font, the arc isn't quite right.

It also tilts me that the image goes under the font on the top.

3/5 for those design fails, but otherwise it's a solid enough design.

I had the same exact thought process. The rays of the gold going into the name is the most tilting part.
 

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Not going to leave that dead horse alone, are you?

I showed this chip to 5 of my friends who I play poker with, none of whom were abundantly impressed, the infamous words of Sierra telling me it looked like it was made in the '70s, I see still resonates. The clay stripes on the 1 and 100 are colorful and vibrant and I like that the inlay is textured, but the rest of it didn't do anything for me, from the green font that looks extremely traditional and like something a bunch of marketing people would come up with instead of gamblers or chip designers to the pot.

I do agree with @ChipEnvy , in that I had to fire up my laptop because I thought it was a bucket of turds in the background and the first time I saw it on my tiny 6" screen on my phone I said "it can't be that", and the colors I really wish they had sprung for metallic gold, because I have *never* liked the rust colored brown that passes for gold that people use, even on team logos, which is why I only really respect the 49ers and Saints in that regard. I am the same way with silver. To me, metallic silver when it shines is one of the best colors out there, only if it works really well (like with Midnight Casino's 500s) do I enjoy the grey that they call silver.

Some people prefer traditional style poker chips like those and more power to them, but my opinion on this is well known I am NOT starting another flame war with the boardies.

Sorry if this didn't meet your criteria there @RichMahogany but I have spent the last 3 months as part of a coaching program to work on life skills and nothing will be gained from me starting another flame war here ,(hint: that's also why I haven't been posting here as much). I honestly would rather focus that energy on something more fun and lively like the chips I do like or my call to a girl tomorrow to practice my skills (also she is a very legal 30 years old). :p
 
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RichMahogany

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Not going to leave that dead horse alone, are you?

I showed this chip to 5 of my friends who I play poker with, none of whom were abundantly impressed, the infamous words of Sierra telling me it looked like it was made in the '70s, I see still resonates. The clay stripes on the 1 and 100 are colorful and vibrant and I like that the inlay is textured, but the rest of it didn't do anything for me, from the green font that looks extremely traditional and like something a bunch of marketing people would come up with instead of gamblers or chip designers to the pot.

I do agree with @ChipEnvy , in that I had to fire up my laptop because I thought it was a bucket of turds in the background and the first time I saw it on my tiny 6" screen on my phone I said "it can't be that", and the colors I really wish they had sprung for metallic gold, because I have *never* liked the rust colored brown that passes for gold that people use, even on team logos, which is why I only really respect the 49ers and Saints in that regard. I am the same way with silver. To me, metallic silver when it shines is one of the best colors out there, only if it works really well (like with Midnight Casino's 500s) do I enjoy the grey that they call silver.

Some people prefer traditional style poker chips like those and more power to them, but my opinion on this is well known I am NOT starting another flame war with the boardies.

Sorry if this didn't meet your criteria there @RichMahogany but I have spent the last 3 months as part of a coaching program to work on life skills and nothing will be gained from me starting another flame war here ,(hint: that's also why I haven't been posting here as much). I honestly would rather focus that energy on something more fun and lively like the chips I do like or my call to a girl tomorrow to practice my skills (also she is a very legal 30 years old). :p

All I was looking for was a vote from you. Seriously, truly interested how you’d vote based on the fact that you aren’t a fan. Just because you aren’t a fan doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll give it a 1 does it?

I think some people were right though, I shouldn’t have tagged you. Wasnt looking for a novel from you, just a vote but hey, you do you. Good luck with your program.
 

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All I was looking for was a vote from you. Seriously, truly interested how you’d vote based on the fact that you aren’t a fan. Just because you aren’t a fan doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll give it a 1 does it?

I think some people were right though, I shouldn’t have tagged you. Wasnt looking for a novel from you, just a vote but hey, you do you. Good luck with your program.

I'm gonna give it a 2 just to be different and to make you scratch your head. How's that for brevity?
 
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