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ASM/PGI Chip Monopoly! PrOn Added to post # 2

Discussion in 'Custom Chip Gallery' started by David P, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. Skinnysloth

    Skinnysloth Well-Known Member

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    I'm really surprised this monopoly theme has not been done before. They came out beautifully and the color choices for the cash set is absolutely stunning.
     
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    Beautiful set.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I moved this thread over to the gallery forum since its not a mockup anymore!
     
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  4. David P

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    My first cash game with these was last night. Everyone commented how how much the liked the chips. They still don't understand my obsession but they do appreciate playing with nice chips. I ended up just over even for the night.

    A big thanks again to ASM for a job well done!
     
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    David,

    Very nice set of chips you got there. I like the theme and the color, spot combos you chose. Can you list the actual color and spot combinations you used. I especially curious about your $5 dollar chip, is that the Yellow or the DG Yellow? Also the $1 chip, what base color did you go with.

    Also it is hard to tell but it looks almost like the label is under the H in the mold, is it possible to get a couple of real close ups of the label where it extends into the mold?

    Thanks
     
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  7. David P

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    CASH
    dg peach 214 black 200
    dg pink 4A14 dg yellow / retro lav 200
    blue 4DSA316 dg green / peach 200
    dg yellow 4V light blue / man red 100
    Tourney
    retro green 4A14 V2 dg yellow 150
    gray 414 black 150
    lav 6A14 dg peach / dg green 100

    butterscotch 4V dg yellow / choc

    I'll try and get a close-up soon......
     
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  8. David P

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    Trying to get that close-up but this is the best I can do with my camera....I need a scanner.

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    Good God, these are just staggering. STAGGERING. Some of the coolest chips I've ever seen. Terrific use of the Monopoly theme (the front side of the deed for cash games and the back side for tourneys) and gorgeous colors. Nothing but money, here.
     
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  10. David P

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    Thank you sir! J5 does good work.I'm working on my second project with him and I cant say enough about his design skills.
     
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    What a brilliant idea! Brilliant looking chips too!
     
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  12. EmptyPocs

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    Oh my --I really love the theme and color choices you made here!
    Congrats on an outstanding set :cigar:
     
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    These look amazing!! Thanks for sharing.
     
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    That has got to be the most ingenious set I have ever seen. Very Very cool
     
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    really great idea using the monopoly theme , awesome chips
     
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    Love the 25's! Excellent colour selections on the entire set!

    ummmmmmm samples?? :)
     
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  17. David P

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    I wish I would have ordered enough for samples. I got tons of extras when I received my Rounders chips but not so many with these. Some only two or three.

    If I do an add on later I will certainly open it up to sample sets. Seems like there may be some interest :).
     
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    Do these chips feel any lighter to you? I thought I read a post from Jim at ASM that the larger inlays (1-1/16th) make the chips lighter. It sounds like you have something to compare your new set to. I have been very curious about this ever since I read that post from Jim. Thanks.
     
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    Re: ASM/PGI Chip Monopoly!

    I want a dealer button and a set liek this... TO PLAY Monop
     
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    I love the Chips and love the Monopoly
    Game.

    Congrats and thank you for the pic's and the sharing.

    Would love a set like this. I always play
    Monopoly
    games in the winter days and nights.Next game will be played with my poker chips insted of the papers.
     
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