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Not to be a chip tease or anything, but I just got some new Pharoah's Club nickels today. Combine that with figuring out the camera feature on my cell phone, and this thread will have Chip pr0n sooner rather than later. Not just the Pharoah's, but the whole schmear.

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First batch.

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So, after ditching Dice chips, these two sets were my first steps into better chips. I bought a tourney set of ceramic Jubilee 1/4 pies. I added the 5k and 25k chips later. The micro cash set still gets used, but not for much longer. My big regret was the "dime" chip. My only excuse is that I really had no clue about breakdowns. Still love the colours, though . . . both sets are courtesy of Gary Stenstrom at Unique Poker Chips.
 

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Thank you . . . here is my cash set of Paulsons. The blues are just roulettes that I can use as dimes for a 0.10/0.25 cash game. With the exception of the hundo, I tried to find matches throughout the set. The roulettes match the edgespot on the fives, the gold from the quarters shows up on the singles and the $25.00. the green edgespot on the single is "close" to the $25.00 green (sort of).
 

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thanks . . . Still have three more sets to go.

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Here are my Private Cardroom Tournament Chips. Traditional coloured solids. Starting stacks available up to 40k.

240 x T25
260 x T100
200 x T500
200 x T1000
100 x T5000
50 x T25000
 

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So far, these are my favorites. Love solids, and the label they used is very elegant. Too bad they aren't offered anymore. Looks like you have a solid breakdown, too.
 
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