Originally Posted by siNdreAd
We've all been to casinos sometimes where the chips seem like they've been in play for 10 years. Anyway, I have a two part question.
When do casinos generally rotate chip sets out because they're considered unplayable?
When would you personally retire a set you've used extensively because you find it unplayable?
For casinos, the condition ranges so much, I can't really answer.
Personally, I can't imagine a set I own ever being retired due to wear. They just don't get used enough (weekly for 6-10 hours). After a year or two they might need to be cleaned, but thats all.