Not Mine Wood Chips, no really, Wooden Poker Chips

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Doesn't seem practical but cool that it's all made of wood. Don't get them wet...
 

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I'm intrigued by the wood cards, which are "specially treated for actual playing use." Seriously?

Interesting setup for a collector.
 

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And they throw it all into an aluminum case.........????! ;)
 

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And they throw it all into an aluminum case.........????! ;)

And I'm sure the irony of that was totally lost on the seller.

Having an acorn suit is pretty weird. The entire set is sorta.... nuts.
 

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That deck seems a little thick. Did someone say "Craftsmanship"? These are all done on a Laser cutter, I made signature plugs (round wood disk's with signatures on them) and some craftsman wanted there company logo on them.

These are nifty, but not practical for sure.
 

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Thin wood veneers has some flex to it - with a light drop-riffle (like casino dealers use), you can definitely shuffle them. You don't want to use a big arch riffle like most of us learn at home.

You'd want the backs to be painted solid, though, or the grain is effectively "marked cards." (As if anyone would really try to play poker with these...)
 
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