WSOP Chip Usage - 2012 Rio Secondary Bud Jones

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WSOP Chip Usage History – 2012 Rio Secondary Bud Jones

Although introduced in 2012, these chips didn’t hit the felt for a bracelet event until 2014. The use of these chips were heavily limited only being seen six times at the WSOP through 2018. In 2019 these chips saw far more play, being used in 12 tournaments, twice as many as in all previous years combined.

They replaced the 2005 Bud Jones primary set in the $500 Casino Employees Only event in 2014 and again at the $565 Casino Employees Only event in 2017 - 2019. They were also used at the 2017 $365 NLHE Giant and the 2018 $365 PLO Giant and $365 NLHE Giant.

Although not technically part of the set, the 2005 Lavender Bud Jones primary chips are usually used with these chips instead of the 5k Dark Gray. These chips were probably used as satellite chips before being called up to the bracelet events. They are still used at satellite events as recent as 2019.

The following chip uses apply to bracelet events only.

25 Olive Green with Ivory

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Years Active – 2014 – 2018

100 Black with Ivory

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Years Active – 2014 – 2019

These chips have been used at 18 total events, 12 of which from 2019. They have only been used in tournaments with a buy-in of $1,500 or less.

500 Baby Blue with Ivory

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Years Active – 2014 - Present

These chips have been used at 18 total events, 12 of which from 2019. They have only been used in tournaments with a buy-in of $1,500 or less.

1k Gold with Ivory

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Years Active – 2014 – Present

These chips have been used at 18 total events, 12 of which from 2019. They have only been used in tournaments with a buy-in of $1,500 or less.

5k Dark Gray with Ivory

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Years Active – 2014

These chips were introduced with the rest of the set and used at the 2014 $500 Casino Employees Only event. This was their only appearance however, being replaced by the 5k Lavender Bud Jones primary chips in all other events.

5k Lavender with Aqua

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Years Active - 2014 - 2019

These chips were originally a part of the primary set but were replaced by the Bright Orange 5k chips in 2006 and did not see use between 2006 – 2016. They made a surprise comeback in 2017 replacing the Dark Grey chips (only used once) in the 2012 Bud Jones Secondary set. They have been used with the Bud Jones Secondary set in all instances since.

25k Hot Pink with Ivory

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Years Active – 2014 - Present

These chips have been used at 18 total events, 12 of which from 2019. They have only been used in tournaments with a buy-in of $1,500 or less.

Although not originally intended to be used, these chips were forced to be used at the 2019 Big 50 when the WSOP ran out of the 2005 Bud Jones 25k Primary chips.

100k Chocolate with Ivory

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Years Active – 2017 – Present

Introduced in 2017 for the $265 NLHE Giant event, these chips have seen two other uses; the 2018 $365 PLO Giant and $365 NLHE Giant events. They have not been used at any of the Casino Employee Only events.

500k Ocean Blue with Ivory

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Years Active – 2017 – Present

Introduced in 2017 for the $265 NLHE Giant event, these chips have seen two other uses; the 2018 $365 PLO Giant and $365 NLHE Giant events. They have not been used at any of the Casino Employee Only events.

1M Mustard with Ivory

Years Active - None

Showing up on the Nevada Gaming Chip and Token report, these chips have never seen play at the WSOP.

For more information on WSOP chip usage:

WSOP Chip Usage - 2007 Rio Primary Paulson Set
WSOP Chip Usage - 2007 Rio Secondary Paulson Set
WSOP Chip Usage - 2005 Rio Primary Bud Jones
 
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Update:

Found a better picture of the 100k chips posted by @davin early this month
Added information on the 1M Mustard chip that has never seen play at a bracelet event yet.
 
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