Def a different guy - Manzoni is just my pretend name, I grew up in Berkeley California! So nice to see I have my own thread here ha ha ha!
I’m watching all your videos. They’re good. $2.50 are called snappers because of the snapping sound they often make when dealers pull them to pay your 3:2 blackjack
??? Is this true?
Maybe the chips were stored in a hot and/or humid environment as well?That has been my experience, though they haven't been very warped. The wobbly stacks in the video are what I've found from the ones I've owned, or most. Some of the first batches I got from @Tommy and @liftapint were not wobbly at all (ESST), but most of what I had after that had the wobbly stacks as seen in the video.
I swear it's due, at least in part, to improper storage. Storing them in Paulson racks, which are a hair to tight, may have created that effect. That is speculation on my part though. It could be something else.
Possibly, or maybe due being exposed to elevated temperatures during shipping.I swear it's due, at least in part, to improper storage.
I don't think any of my ~10,000 Star chips are warped.... or if they are, it's not been enough for me to notice. And I think I would have noticed.
Possibly, or maybe due being exposed to elevated temperatures during shipping.
Yeah it’s tough being the voice of reason!I watched this video right after I joined here, early last month. Then I posted on some distribution threads and got ROASTED When I threw out some 8-8 stack suggestions. LOL!