11.5g Poker Chip Type and Price Survey

Visual Examples
Here’s what all the chips look like:

Diamonds Suited Diamonds Dice
Diamond Suited Diamonds Dice
Deluxe Dice Suited Card Suited
Deluxe Dice Suited Card Suited
Suited “Poker” Two Suited Outline Suited Holdem
Suited Two Suited Outline Suited Holdem
Crown Dice Crown Ace-Jack
Crown Dice Crown Ace-Jack
Ace-King Ace-King “Texas Holdem”
Ace-King Ace-King
Deluxe Dice Suited Diamonds Suited Royals
Deluxe Dice Suited Diamonds Suited Royals
Deluxe Suited Royals Crown/Wheat Dice Crown
Deluxe Suited Royals Crown-Wheat Dice Crown
High Roller (radial denominated) Royal Flush (fan denominated) 4-Aces (box denominated)
High Roller Royal Flush 4-Aces (box)
Royal Flush (Yin-Yang denominated) 4-Aces “Casino” (denominated) Jackpot Casino
Royal Flush (yin-yang) 4-Aces Casino Jackpot Casino

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2 Responses to “11.5g Poker Chip Type and Price Survey”

  1. juanblanco Says:

    It’s been pointed out in a twoplustwo thread that the Royal Flush (fan denomination) pictured is the Blue Chip “Fan of Cards” variety, which is a premium clay-composite chip which goes for more than 50 cents a chip, while the low-cost leader in this survey is selling an 11.5g plastic with a similar graphic, but certainly not the same chip. Future versions of the survey will reflect this information.

  2. juanblanco Says:

    Updated version of Guide here.

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