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Trademark Global 1000 13 Gram Pro Clay Casino Poker Chips in Acrylic Carrier

Item# SPM7384248903 | Model# 10-1500-1CAR | Added on January 22, 2010 | Seller: 123Stores, Inc.
Trademark Global 1000 13 Gram Pro Clay Casino Poker Chips in Acrylic Carrier
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1000 13 Gram Pro Clay Casino Poker Chips in Acrylic CarrierProduct Features These 1000 Chips are 13 gram Pro Clay Casino Chips, 39 mm diameter casino sized chips and are designed with the authentic casino look and texture. From our experience and dedication to the gaming industry, we have been able to reproduce the quality and feel of authentic casino poker chips used at the most famous casino resorts around the world, such as the Mirage and Bellagio Resorts. These chips have the soft feel of a clay surface which makes them the most authentic poker chip available on the home gaming market. They are crafted of a solid clay, with an inconspicuous metal insert allowing us to provide hotstamping for these excellent chips. These exclusive new chips were created by the use of the latest technology to produce a heavy chip with the real sound and feel of an actual Casino chip. When our engineers produced these chips, we couldn't believe they had an insert - they sound that great!. With a fine assortment of two-tone colors, this exclusive chip line looks great too!Used in casinos all over the world, this handy 1000 chip carrying case makes it easy to transport chips all over your casino or gaming room, and allows for fast and easy chip access during those crucial gaming moments. Constructed of thick, durable, clear acrylic, this sturdy, reinforced case will hold 10 chip trays neatly stacked, for a total of 1000 poker chips. The top easily slides off, and a ... read more
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