Who is the expert at Casino Chip ID?

CoolWhip

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Ok. Hopefully this thread is in the right place. Moderators, Feel free to move if necessary.

I have some casino chips that I have applied a decal over the inlay. If anyone can correctly ID all four chips with proper denomination, I will send you your choice of a shuffling stack of "Tree Fiddy" chips or a sample set from our annual "Save the Tatas" tourney, which includes a ceramic 20k chip, a Claysmith labeled 50k chip and an acrylic 100k plaque. No purchase necessary. Lol. Just thought it would be a fun challenge. First pic is your challenge. Others are the choice of prize.
 

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Flamingo $1. Caesar's Palace $2. Foxwoods $1. That last one though...
 

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Definitely not a professional...just needed to get my guess in quick before the real pros chimed in.

I’d like to get my hands on those TaTa’s
 

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Try including 'supply casino dates of operation' to your contest requirements next time. :)
 

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Try including 'supply casino dates of operation' to your contest requirements next time. :)
Great idea. Although then I'd have to go research the answers. Lol. I was actually going to include a couple smaller California card rooms and a cruise line chip, but thought, "Nah, this will already be too hard." Turns out I'm the fish on this forum.
 
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