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Mark Twain Casino

Discussion in 'Poker Chip Gallery' started by WutzUpDoc, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. WutzUpDoc

    WutzUpDoc Well-Known Member

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    Found some long lost quarters in a dumpster behind the chiproom.
     

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  2. lars3159

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    Awesome.
     
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  3. razuya

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    they go beautiful with the rest of the set. Are they relabelled Christo's $1 ?
     
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  4. WutzUpDoc

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    Thanks. Yes.
     
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  5. courage

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    I think I recognize those! Nice job.
     
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    The quarters go beautifully with the dollars. Looking forward to playing a full ring game next time so we get to use some of the higher denoms and bigger stacks. :)
     
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    Awesome! Nice cloth too, BTW.
     
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    Avoid the injection, get the compression.
    Ditto.

    Great job on the custom quarters!

    Good contrast in the quarters with the rest of the set's colors, which is something I look for (but don't always find in the various casino sets).

    In general, the Mark Twain chips are still one of the best all-round genuine casino sets that the Chiproom has sold.
    All the chips are on the same mold, the inlay design is simple and classy.
    And the colors are great.
    No wonder they sold so well.

    The PCA are a fine set, but the PCA $1 denom on RHC messes up that casino set.
     
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    Nicely done. Gorgeous looking set, good job with them quarters.
     
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  10. razuya

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    okay bbb I'll bite :)

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    You'll be kept busy if you worry about grammar on here :):wink:
     
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    Thanks for providing the ideal bluebase color I've been searching for quite some time. I considered the BlueChip quarters but those were too expensive at $2/pc.
     
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    Thanks buddy, your opinion is highly valued.
     
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    Did you just relabel or did you remove the original inlays?
     
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    I would not ever attempt to remove the original inlay. The new labels are attached on top of the existing inlay.
    The labels are 4mil thick vinyl and I elected to use personalpokerchips mainly because overall cost was less than PGI. Price per piece was around $0.06 shipped.

    Unfortunately, I did get many spinners because the chips are well worn.
    Good thing I did not use the thicker labels with lamination.

    Jason at personalpokerchips was great to work with.
     
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    Nicely done Chris! I knew you have it in you. :wink:
     
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    Those came out great!
     
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    any of these twains for sale
     
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    blue works great with those chips
     
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