RIP Michael Spinetti

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In shock,,,

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So sorry to hear this, very sad. His family will be in my thoughts.
 

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Best wishes and heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and everyone at the shop.

I am incredibly thankful for all he has done for the chipping community.
 

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RIP Mike and condolences to his family. I first met Mike when i bought my first set of real chips (Palmas on HHR). He was very nice and let me go in the back to pick out my chips. This was before they moved to their huge store location now. One of the chipping legends.
 

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So sorry to hear about your loss. My deepest condolences. Although I didn't know your Dad, I certainly knew about him. He'll be missed.
 

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Sorry for your loss. Though I only joined recently I know that this community and the chipping community as a whole owes him a lot of gratitude.
 

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Sorry to the @Spinettis family. The Spinetti’s name is one of the staples in the Industry, and I’ve ordered from them many times. This is a great loss to the chipping community.
 

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He wasn't in the best of health last time I saw him. I count myself lucky and privileged to have met him. I wasn't a whale, and was a nitty buyer at the chip convention, but he happily spent an hour or so just talking chips and casino history one morning at the show. He was a fascinating guy and a living encyclopedia of casino and chip lore. And, he was incredibly generous.

Mike, you'll be missed.
 
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