To each their own... I'm actually on my 3rd and probably last 528xi. Nice car don't get me wrong... roomy and reliable and presents well (I run a consulting biz where 'image of success' is somewhat important). But I don't enjoy it at all. It's just a car.I'm pretty sure that would be Toyotas.
BMWs are actually quite impressive, at least among actual performance car people.
Not ANYTHING. But lots of things. And I'm pretty sure any inlay I designed would be very very bad.
I always thought these were monotone edgespot colors until I played with them at a random home game and saw the slight difference. Love the base colors, hate the edgespots.Now that you mention it, what the hell is up with those weirdo edge spots on the inlays of the Crystal Palace chips?
I don't personally like all of those chips, but that's a pretty solid list of iconic sets, at least in chipper terms.Looking at it from the viewpoint of the chipsets that have generated the most consistent long-term love and traffic among CT and PCF members, I'd say that these should be the original installation in the Chippers' Hall of Fame:
Chipcos, from the era of the Egyptians, Apaches, and the 2004-2005 WSOP tributes
Paulson Pharaohs, National Poker Series, World TH&C, Noirs, Crystal Parks
TRK Nevada Club/Lodge
BCC Mardi Gras, Riverboats
Paulson and BCC Vineyards
I’ll give you my definition of iconic. My categories are casino chips by color and denomination. So if I say $1 white casino chip, you think Gulfport $1. If I say $1 blue, you think spotted Flamingo birdie. ...
I’ll give you my definition of iconic. My categories are casino chips by color and denomination. So if I say $1 white casino chip, you think Gulfport $1. If I say $1 blue, you think spotted Flamingo birdie. It’s how I’m going to design my 43mm cards mold set. Still working on several of the colors.