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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not casino quality, but they get the job done, February 21, 2018
By 
Justin
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I'm a dealer at a casino so I'm used to "the real deal." These will get the job done for a home casino setup or family game night. There are some rough edges from painting/moulding but nothing major. These are very loud cheques, too. The texture makes them hard to pluck from a tray, and they don't quite sit flush with each other so drop-cutting is a bit harder to do, too. The price isn't bad, though, so you get what you pay for.

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good chips for the price, a few blemishes but for the price I'd still reccomend them., August 11, 2015
By 
Frog
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Decent chips, but as one of the other reviewers mentioned there are some blemishes on them that look like they were low on paint when they painted some of them (almost look like brush strokes). Not all of them are like this, but there are several like this in each set I ordered. Also some of the chips have dust on them and little strands of paint that you have to brush off; again not a huge deal they are easily cleaned off but still gives a somewhat unprofessional first-impression.

Reds: Don't match the reds that came in my Da Vinci set. These one's are a shade darker; they're still pretty close so it's not a big deal but some people probably want to know this before they order them. Both these and the ones I previously bought are a somewhat dull color compared to the picture.

Whites: Near perfect match, I can't tell them apart.

Greens: Love the color, slightly darker than the green in the picture.

Oranges: A much lighter orange than the... Read more

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy These to Supplement Your Current Set or Create a New One, August 13, 2016
By 
Tim C
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I bought these 11.5 gram clay chips to supplement the set I bought at my local Walmart. The chips match exactly in color weight and size to the clay chips that are in the set Walmart sells. The set that Walmart sells does not have enough chips in the right colors for large tournament play. There were not enough black and it did not contain any yellow, purple, or orange. I bought these in those colors and now I have a new case that holds 1000 chips in all the right colors. Da Vinci chips and those made by Trademark seem to be identical.

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