Semi-custom CPC Atlantic Club set (3 Viewers)

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Here is my Atlantic club set from CPC with custom edge spots:

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Very cool.

One of my potential future projects might be to get a set of their Atlantic hotstamps. I'd keep their base colors but add some simple color-contrasting spots to them. Maybe like all 314's.
 

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Very cool.

One of my potential future projects might be to get a set of their Atlantic hotstamps. I'd keep their base colors but add some simple color-contrasting spots to them. Maybe like all 314's.
One of my reasons for going with the stock inlay, instead of a custom one was so I can get a set of the Atlantic club hotstamps for a tourney set that match the theme of my cash set.
I’ve read some mixed reviews on the hot stamping from CPC though. So I’m going to look into it further, before I go ahead and place an order.
 

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I'm pretty sure their stock Atlantics are pretty good. I think the common issue people have is that they will not do hotstamps on all of their molds; i.e. small crowns.

When in doubt, get samples.
 

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Wow, the 25`s are beautiful ... I haven`t had a chance to test some..... would you personally say the are equal to Paulson? after all, the are casino chips.
Thanks! I absolutely love them, but I don’t have any real experience playing with Paulsons, so I’m not the one to ask for a comparison. But they are so good, that I don’t see how Paulsons could be a lot better.
 

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I received my add-on order the other day, and I couldn’t find the bottle of mineral oil that I oiled the rest of my chips with, so, since these have no edge spots and I don’t really need the colors to pop, I just shuffled them all to just wear them in a tiny bit before I put them in play at tomorrow’s $0.50/$0.50 game.

I’m glad I did, because the table would have been an awful mess tomorrow during play after everyone started shuffling the chips (especially because of the light color chips and the black cloth)

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I received my add-on order the other day, and I couldn’t find the bottle of mineral oil that I oiled the rest of my chips with, so, since these have no edge spots and I don’t really need the colors to pop, I just shuffled them all to just wear them in a tiny bit before I put them in play at tomorrow’s $0.50/$0.50 game.

I’m glad I did, because the table would have been an awful mess tomorrow during play after everyone started shuffling the chips (especially because of the light color chips and the black cloth)

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Is that canary? The color looks great against the black speed cloth
 
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