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7thSeat's Gallery of Chip Molds and Names

Discussion in 'Chip Collector Gallery' started by 7thSeat, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. 7thSeat

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 94 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Thanks Vince :)
    How ever, I like them dirty :laugh: :wink:

    Jokes aside, I know there is a few more then dirty chips in this lot but I do not feel comfortable with washing their history away. Always washing my hands after touching these chips though.
     
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  2. Clipper

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 94 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Just wait until I commission my 99%Evil Devil with a Pitchfork mold. It will be a classic from day 1.

    Very nice post by the way. Thank you sir!
     
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  3. 7thSeat

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 94 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Well, thank you Sir! :)
    Looking forward to the relese of The Pitchfork mold.
     
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  4. 7thSeat

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    Re: 7th Book of molds

    OP updated with the New Hourglass mold from ASM.

    Watch it here in supersize. :)

    [​IMG]
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    This is a great thread 7thSeat !!! It deserves to be bumped often! :)

    Cheers!

    CRD.
     
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  6. 7thSeat

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Thanks CRD for your kind words. :happy:
     
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  7. EmptyPocs

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    I am subscribed but have not tuned into the thread in a long while.
    It's fabulous!
    Send me your address, I'll send you a full sample set of the new sidepot mold.
     
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  8. 7thSeat

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Wow, that is great of you. :happy:
    Very much appreciated!
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Awesome Post!
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Thanks Turner Profit :)
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Great pics thanks for the posts.
     
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  12. 7thSeat

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Great thanks to EmptyPocs who sent me a sampleset of the new Sidepot chips on the Pineapple mold. :happy:

    OP updated with this and the oversized plain Paulson mold.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Great additions as always, 7. Question though: you list the Matsui .50¢ Four Queens as "plain" mold (which it does fit under), but don't mention Matsui as the manufacturer there or in your abbreviations list in the OP. Was that just an oversight or did I miss a key piece of info?
     
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  14. jdunford

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    I think Sidepot calls this the "paradise" mold, but I agree that "pineapple" is more suitable. "Paradise" makes me think there should be palm trees or hula dancers or something. Besides, if I was ever interested in getting another home-market tournament set, it would be these... and I'd justify it by saying it's exclusively for (pot limit) Crazy Pineapple tournaments.

    By the way, I noticed you don't have Trademark's recent version of the large key used for the Progen chips:
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    It's not quite the same as the original large key, nor is it the same as Palm Imports' "Interlocked L". I don't have any to send you, but you could get a sample from 5stardeal.com for pretty cheap (or perhaps another CTer has one they could send your way).
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Hi Rose :)

    Thanks for mention the Matsui. I changed the name on the mold to Matsui plain mold and that feels more apropriate. It is a plain mold but many manufactors have their version of plains so that is why I have not list it in the manufactor list below the mold pictures.

    No missing info just lack there of :happy:
     
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  17. jdunford

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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Here's a reference for the name:
    Paulson Poker Chips Set at Sidepot.com
    End of 2nd paragraph of "Features":

    "... The Paradise mold was born."

    And again towards the bottom:

    "Proprietary Paulson Mold - The Paradise mold was made by Paulson exclusively for Sidepot Gaming chips."
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    I love the waves, I thought I was being original when I drew it onto my ceramics. Nice Post!
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Nice
    Thanks for the pics
     
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    Re: 7th's Thread of Molds. PICS OF 95 DIFFERENT MOLDS.

    Thanks for the nice comments:happy:

    OP updated with this very nice MG molded chip from Matsui Gaming. Great thanks to warewulf who sent me a sample. :happy:

    [​IMG]
     
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