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Discussion in 'Poker Gear General' started by Puggy, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. Puggy

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    I was wondering what kind of President Casino on the Admiral stuff have you seen sold somewhere? I love them chips and they are my most played chips at the moment. But what else has been moving around after the casino closed. Mugs? Beer glasses? Ashtrays? Anything from the casino?
     
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    I have a PCA Shot Glass
     
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  3. Thomacetti

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    Re: President Casino on the Admiral

    Great post Pug, i'm also 'obsessed' by the PCA's !
    Let's try to make a complete list:

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    The casino

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    The casino was part of Pinnacle's two-casino Lumiere Place complex at Lanclede's Landing (although Pinnacle in 2008 was reported to be considering moving it north to the Chain of Rocks Bridge).
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    The President is the current name for the SS Admiral which was the largest inland waterway passenger steamer when the railroad barge transport Albatross (built in 1907) was converted in 1937 to passenger service.
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    From 1937 to 1993 was used for excursions on the Mississippi and was docked in front of the Gateway Arch.<o></o> In 1993 President Casinos bought the ship to convert it to be one of the original four riverboat casinos to open in Missouri after riverboat gambling was made legal. When it was converted it was moved north of Eads Bridge. Presidents declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2002.

    In 2006 it was acquired by Pinnacle.<o></o> The 73,500 sq ft (6,830 m2) casino featured 756 slots and twenty table games and was owned and operated by Pinnacle Entertainment.<o></o>

    On June 24, 2010 the President Casino closed for good. Pinnacle is still determining what it will do with the century-old Admiral Riverboat, which housed the casino (up for sale), and what will become of the site where it's docked on Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd.

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    • Anchor's Wheel of Gold - $.25, 6 machines - $0.25 to $0.75 bets<o></o>
    • Dollar Slots, 242 machines<o></o>
    • Five Dollar Slots, 19 machines<o></o>
    • Five-Dollar Double Diamonds<o></o>
    • Half Dollar Slots, 38 machines<o></o>
    • IGT - Fabulous 50's - $0.50 minimum bet<o></o>
    • IGT - Megabucks - $1.00 minimum bet<o></o>
    • IGT Elvis - $0.25 minimum bet<o></o>
    • IGT Wheel of Fortune Video Slots - $0.05 minimum bet<o></o>
    • IGT Wheel of Gold - $0.25 minimum bet<o></o>
    • Nickel Slots, 321 machines<o></o>
    • Quarter Red White & Blue Slots<o></o>
    • Quarter Slots, 626 machines<o></o>
    • Red White & Blue Slots<o></o>
    • Video Blackjack<o></o>
    • Video Keno<o></o>
    • Video Poker
    Table and Poker Games - 9 total


    • 3 Card Poker, 1 table <o></o>
    • 7-Card Stud Poker <o></o>
    • Blackjack <o></o>
    • Caribbean Stud Poker <o></o>
    • Craps <o></o>
    • Face Up Blackjack <o></o>
    • Hold'em <o></o>
    • Multiple Action Blackjack <o></o>
    • Progressive Hold'em Poker <o></o>
    • Roulette
    Restaurants and Bars


    • Rivers Edge Deli - Deli - American
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    Chips

    1. Primary: 0.50-1-5-25-100-500

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    2. Secondary: 0.50-1-5-25-100-500

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    3. Roulettes

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    An awsome score by Jim Shaffer (http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/members/jimshaf921.html) @ The Chiproom (The Chip Room - Texas Hold'em and other poker supplies) !

    - The kick-off: Get your wallets ready ! http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/thech...-president-casino-get-your-wallets-ready.html

    - First sale: The Super Saturday Sale http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/thech...t-paulson-super-saturday-official-thread.html

    - Second sale: The notorious Black Friday Sale 2010 http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/thechiproom-com-offers/70511-black-friday-sale-official-thread.html

    There are still primary & secondary chips for sale, but some denoms are sold out. Contact Jim for orders & availability or check the chiproom offers @ ebay (The Chip Room items - Get great deals on Paulson 100 Chip Sets, Paulson Chips items on eBay Stores!)

    Jim has not yet disclosed the total chipcount that was produced by Paulson, but he will after sales are finished.


    4. NCV - tourney chips (NCV-1-100-500)

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    These where not made available or sold @ The Chiproom, an inside job was suspected for the disappearing of the chips. They are found on ebay, but at a very high price / chip.

    All these chips are oversized paulsons (43mm) !

    5. Hotstamped PCA Quarters

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    Info & orders:
    http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/apach...ca-quarters-hotstamped-paulsons-interest.html

    Design by Gear-X (- View Profile: Gear-X)
    GB by Dr. Lecterr (- View Profile: Dr Lecterr)
    Hotstaming & chips by Apache (Paulson Poker Chips, Paulson Clay Poker Chips For Your Home Poker Game) or (- View Profile: Apache)


    Plaques

    1. Matsui / J5 PCA plaques

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    Info & orders:
    http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/group...dent-casino-admiral-pca-matsui-plaque-gb.html &
    http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/group...-admiral-matsui-plaque-gb-selection-poll.html

    Design by Johnny5 (- View Profile: Johnny5)
    GB by SuckOutKing (- View Profile: SuckoutKing)
    Production by Matsui (Matsui Europe Ltd)

    Cards

    1. Gemaco PCA plastic cards (sold out)

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    Bridge size / regular index / green & brown bee diamond

    These where available @ The Chiproom (Jim Shaffer) but are sold out.
    I assume Jim only had a few mint sets for sale, i've spotted 3 or 4 here one chiptalk.

    They are great cards and the will become collectors items for all the PCA-nutters :happy: Only one USED set was sold on ebay and made a whopping $37,5.

    2. Gemaco PCA paper cards

    Poker size / regular index & tech art faces / blue & red snowflake
    Available @ The Chiproom (ebay), picture below

    3. Aristocrat PCA paper cards

    Poker size / jumbo index & tech art faces / green bee diamond
    Available @ The Chiproom (ebay)

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    Dealerbuttons

    Dealerbutton 1 (JJ83)

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    Dealerbutton 2 (
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    Dealerbutton 3 (Meddler)

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    Other stuff / thingys

    PCA wild horses token (ebay)

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    PCA 1$ coin token (ebay)

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    PCA shot glas (ebay)
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    PCA coffee mug (ebay)
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    PCA pr0n ?

    -> visit this thread
    http://www.chiptalk.net/forum/poker...-casino-admiral-pr0n-post-your-pics-here.html

    Biggest set by djriley (5000 chips) & Timmay69 (3300 chips) !
     
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  4. Puggy

    Puggy Well-Known Member
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    Whoaaa! Homework well done Thomacetti. Thanks for the list, especially in the beginning.
     
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  5. Thomacetti

    Thomacetti Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Pug, what else to do on a working day between 9 & 12 ? (and i want that black chip in my profile goddammit)
    I love working @ home...:happy:

    (!) Please note that I blatenly stole pictures from numerous members and also on the web...but they serve a greater cause :wink:
    (!) Please report any typo's or adjustments that need to be made !

    Ps. these chipes deserve a worthy docu-post
     
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    BMFD Well-Known Member

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    Man, what a day for this thread. I'm anxiously waiting on a package in route from thechiproom, llc - have tracking #. I WFH full time so I will be hawking it out the window all day. I just wish people would stop IM'ing me from work.
     
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  7. ovo

    ovo World Series Chump
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    Nice post thomacetti . Jim Shaffer at the Chiproom would get a kick out of Shaft :wink::laugh: When I build sets up, I also like to look at other casinos with the same name. There are several President casinos, but I won't mix this thread with their stuff. I'll see if I can find something interesting to contribute.
     
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    My silver strikes: Deer, Bison and Horses. I have seen a Huck Finn one too.

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    PCA cards in action:

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    I'd love to get a dealer button made...anyone interested in getting together and doing a mini buy for some of these?
     
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  10. Puggy

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    :happy::happy: I have two incoming chipment's tracking codes from Jim now. Every month something :wink:. Keep them links and pics coming in folks.
    And moose: That PCA Blackjack action is awesome! Thx.
     
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  11. Thomacetti

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    @ Ovo: Jim Shaffer or The Shaft....both are the evar :happy: (thanks, FMP)
    @ Moose, thanks I missed those other 3 tokens & the BJ-table rocks indeed

    @ BMFD you are gonna loooooove the PCA's ! (what did you order ?)

    @ Pug, dito...another 2 PCA packages (20 Pri 500$ & 25 Sec 25's on their way) ....you are for shure going +1300 after that last shipment ?

    @ Tony, well the main issue with the dealerbuttons is the legal eagle crap about using the PCA-logo's.... JJ83 pointed me to a European source that is willing to make them but at a cost of 15$ per button. If you count USA shipping on top then I don't think a GB will be happening anytime soon.
     
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    Thom, I'm starting out with a small cash set of minty secondaries to get me going and will probably do some add-ons later. Much easier to buy incrementally to confuse the wife on actual prices paid. :wink:

    Already got a rack of $.25 gold Fitz Fracs (thanks BigKyle!) to go with 1.5 racks $1, 1 rack of $5 (I may sleep with this super sexy chipe....move ovah wifey!), 12-$25 and 2-$100 (cuz they are so dreamy). A total of $1,175. I can easily get by on this with my crowd, but what's wrong with having more chips than you actually need, I say?

    Next home game with be something. We're going to do a tourney with BigKyle's custom Matsuis, followed by a cash game with my PCAs. I'll try to remember to take some pics.
     
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    Security please! :cigar:

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    LOL! Where did you get that from?:laugh:
     
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  15. Puggy

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    1400 + 100 headsup set after these two boxes. More to come.

    YES, IT IS :wink:! Looks like this quite a common habit here.

    That's cool.
     
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    Good bye Admiral. Anchors away ... !!!

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    I think the boat was for sale, and I think you can search for the link somewhere around here...

    Mark
     
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    Group buy?

    I think we'd have enough chips to fully stock this thing and have one hell of a meetup.
     
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    Has the boat partially sunk or is it just floating heavily?
     
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    My guess is that it can probably be rented out. Holding a CT meet-up on the Admiral in St. Louis would be A W E S O M E .


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