Chip breakdown for .5/.10 up to 1/2 using 600 chip set
Kind of weird but I have a large group of friends that play 1/2 and another that play super low (sometimes .5/.10 all the way up to .25/.50) and I'd like to spread games all the way through. I'm looking to get a 600 chip set that can do the job and I'd like some input as to how I should go about it.
I've put some thought into it and I'm thinking that the best way to go about it would to put 3 different chips into play for whatever game I happen to be spreading. If it was a 1/2 then obviously it would be $1, $5, and $25 with $100's coming into play if people starting getting deep and for .5/.10 something like $.5, $.25, and $1.00 while for .25/.50 games it would just be $.25, $1.00, and $5.00.
I was also thinking that instead of buying nickels I could just substitute $5's for $.5's because it'll probably never get deep enough in those lower games to merit using $5's anyways. Do you guys forsee any problems with this? There would never be more than one game at a time so there would be no worries of people trading $5's for nickels at any point.
Could someone recommend a chip breakdown for something like this?
maybe something like this?
$.25 x 200
$1.00 x 100
$5.00 x 200
$25.00 x 75
$100.00 x 25