Looking to get back into poker and get a decent set of chips (here's looking at you Pharoahs or Milanos) to buy a dedicated tourney set for small home game tourneys. 95% of the time I'll never see more than 8 players, but I may run an occasional one at work where I could have two tables, but I would think ALWAYS less than 10 per table. So a likely max of 16 players... I've been playing with numbers for a bit and came up with this, given I'd like to have a T5000 structure normally, with one rebuy/addon per player. I'm thinking this set's breakdown works well and SHOULD support up to 20 players as a max, allowing one rebuy per, and still coloring all the 25's and 100's out if it gets deep enough to do so? Am I missing something? Assuming I somehow end up with 20 people, if I start the stacks with this breakdown of 22 chips each: $25 x 8 (160 total chips in play) $100 x 8 (160 total chips in play) $500 x 4 (80 total chips in play) $1000 x 2 (40 total chips in play) I should have $4,000 in $25's in play, and $16,000 in $100's in play at the start, making a total of $20,000 i need to color up. With a total of 440 chips in play from the getgo, leaving 60 more to cover rebuys/colorups if I want to stick with 500 chips. 20 $5000 chips covers rebuys, leaving me 40 chips to cover coloring up my $25 and $100 chips. 20 more each of $500 and $1000 SHOULD do it, right? This would give me $10,000 in $500's and $20,000 in $1000's. $30,000 available to color up $20,000 in chips in play? Or am I missing something? This would put my final breakdown at: $25 x 160 $100 x 160 $500 x 100 $1000 x 60 $5000 x 20 Final result, tourney set that will cover a max of 20 people at T5000 with one rebuy/addon per entrant? Or did I goof? More interestingly, did i just work/spreadsheet my way into anyone else's exact breakdown? lol Anyway, 20 people is more ore less never going to happen, but I like to overthink stuff like this and work through it.