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https://www.ebay.com/itm/2953055443...lviA-wqRsy&var=&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY
 

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Is this real life? (Insert sad emoji, confused emoji, roll eye emoji, all melted into one emoji)
 
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Thing will only going to get worse when the new RHC or THC tina Mold is out

Chips will get harder to find. Not just in Las Vegas. Phase out plans are already on the books. Not entirely. Not tomorrow. But unless you’re a high limit player chips will be rare. MGM has a similar outlook. The next gen could care less about chips.

Hmmm how’s Paulson going to react to all this.
Casinos want out of chips, China starts making ceramic Paulsons.

Maybe they should reevaluate their marketing strategies. Of course the answer is they don’t care about the chips.
 

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Anybody know the seller? I mean, dude has a picture of himself for his profile pic, presumably.

I can't get into chip guide because that website is just straight up terrible and won't load. I wanted to check if this was an actual card room and a replica chip or some made up room.
 

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I don't know the laws and rules of these things but is it at all possible the casino ordered some of these on the cheap and are actually using them?
 

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I'm just wondering if it's possible or even legal for a small cardroom in California to order chips from whomever they like or does California Gaming Commission, or whatever it might be, have certain vendors that card rooms and casinos have to use.

Most likely this is a fake chip, but is it possible that it is not?
 

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I'm just wondering if it's possible or even legal for a small cardroom in California to order chips from whomever they like or does California Gaming Commission, or whatever it might be, have certain vendors that card rooms and casinos have to use.

Most likely this is a fake chip, but is it possible that it is not?
Based on what BGinGA said, it's entirely possible.
 

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I'm just wondering if it's possible or even legal for a small cardroom in California to order chips from whomever they like or does California Gaming Commission, or whatever it might be, have certain vendors that card rooms and casinos have to use.

Most likely this is a fake chip, but is it possible that it is not?
Unlikely that a fake would have been added to chipguide.com without noting it as such.

Sun-Fly makes ceramic chips for casinos, including Cali.
 

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Unlikely that a fake would have been added to chipguide.com without noting it as such.

Sun-Fly makes ceramic chips for casinos, including Cali.
Jesus, ok. Based on your previous comment though, you say Sun-Fly, whom I'm not familiar with at all, could be producing these? So copying cards mold? What the F is happening?
 

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Jesus, ok. Based on your previous comment though, you say Sun-Fly, whom I'm not familiar with at all, could be producing these? So copying cards mold? What the F is happening?
Pretty sure Sunfly had it first.
Think about who copies whom in this industry.
Sunfly has always been a reputable chip manufacturer and there have been plenty of group buys here through them. They hybrids were a big fad for a while.
 

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Pretty sure Sunfly had it first.
Think about who copies whom in this industry.
Sunfly has always been a reputable chip manufacturer and there have been plenty of group buys here through them. They hybrids were a big fad for a while.
Gotcha, like I said, no clue about Sun-Fly but all that makes sense.

Whatever the case, that chip sure looks like a Tina cards mold.
 

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