SOLD Samurai Palace Tournament Set

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Potsie1

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Reposting this from my combined thread. Samurai Palace Tmold chips from BCC.

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BCC Samurai Palace 480 chip STT set. New and uncirculated. $899 plus shipping. Absolutely gorgeous chips. Thanks! 2 sold. 1 left.
100 x $25
100 x $100
200 x $500
30 x $1000
40 x $5000
10 x NCV

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Samurai Palace $1.00 chip from BCC.
Uncirculated. $189 plus shipping.
Far right barrel has light oil. SOLD OUT

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Samurai Palace $.25chip from BCC.
Uncirculated. $189 plus shipping.
Far right barrel has light oil. 6 available.
 
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I’d be interested in the rack of 25s if split
 

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Thanks, I’m hesitant now and wondering how these compare to mint rhc’s...would I like these better or have regrets?
 

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Thanks, I’m hesitant now and wondering how these compare to mint rhc’s...would I like these better or have regrets?
People have differing opinions on chips, personally I love BCC chips. If I had to describe these, they are ever so slightly lighter (I believe, but very close to non leaded RHCs) the clay is a bit more dense which gives them a rigid feel and a bit more clank sound. A lot of people write them off and say ohh BCC had terrible QC issues but honestly they are some of my favorite chips. I have played these exact chips in person and own MG V2, if you ask me I would much rather have these, but without you having samples it's a judgement call, the best feeling chip to poke guy may be totally different for the next.

I think you can easily get your money out of these if you decide you don't like them, so as long as the bank account can afford it, why not try them? I really think you will be pleasantly suprised! Also casinos are steady making Paulson RHCs, BCC has been out of the game for a long time, playable sets do not come up very often and they are not making more of them!

Best of luck woth your choice @dkellerd
 
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Thanks, I’m hesitant now and wondering how these compare to mint rhc’s...would I like these better or have regrets?
+++1 what the others have said. IMHO, Samurais are one of the most underrated sets out there. I sold my tourney set a few years back and missed it so much that I bought it back instantly when the opportunity came up.

And Samurais stack like bricks!!

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