My $1k Winner Club chips arrived today and even though the entire set isn't all in one country yet - all my Winner Club are so I had to get some pics done to see how they all go together.
So once everything is here my casino tourney set will consist of:
160 Tukwila $25
110 Tukwila $100
100 Harbor Lights $100 (haven't decided which way to go yet, will likely sell one set of 100s to buy the other - the Harbor Lights are still in the States awaiting pickup)
50 Harbor Lights $500
65 Winner Club $1k 43mm
40 Winner Club $5k 48mm
10 Winner Club $25k 48mm
It's enough for a 20 person T10000 tourney with an 8/8/2/3/1 breakdown, or a 10 person T20000 tourney with an 12/12/5/6/2 breakdown.
Anyways, enough math. On with the pics.
Note: it was just supposed to be my Casino Tourney Set, but my 4 year old got excited when Dad started pulling out the chips, so he grabbed a few racks of my cash set for some background filler.
BTW you can see a split spot in my $5k Winner club stack. Just thought I would point out that even Paulson's have them to relate back to the recent discussion on ASM's. About 20% of the $5k Winner club chips have split spots and it doesn't bother me at all.
Here are some shots to show the size difference between std 39mm casino and the oversized Winner club, with a std dealer button thrown in for reference.
That's a std 50mm dealer button on the bottom with a 48mm $5k Winner club next, followed by a 43mm $1k Winner club, with a 39mm $100 Tukwila on top on the far left. Next a 48mm $5k with a 43mm $1k on top. Next a 43mm $1k with a std 39mm $25 on top. Finally on the far right, a 48mm $5k with a 39mm $25 on top. I like big chips.
Finally some shots of all my Winner Club chips stacked together.
It was very difficult to put this set together. It took almost 6 months of collecting bits and pieces from Ebay, m2m sales on Chiptalk and private deals. Thanks to all who helped me out. I hope you enjoyed the pics.