Posts Tagged ‘poker chips’

Holiday Gifts

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

If you find yourself still scrambling to find the perfect gifts for the people around you, you may want to consider poker related gifts for the card gamer or gambler in your life. We offer a wide selection of card game supplies and gifts that would be perfect for just about any age group. Browse through our wide selections of playing cards, poker chips, casino supplies, and poker gaming products to find the right gift for that hard to buy for person.

Claysmith Gaming Poker Chips

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

The Bluff Canyon 13.5g poker chip is made of clay composite and the inlay is set on the Claysmith Gaming Greek Key molded poker chip. This chip is unique in its own right and is what makes it one of Claysmith’s quality poker chips.
On its inlay, there is a setting of evergreen trees with the words “Bluff Canyon Casino” arched above in gold lettering. Below the evergreen setting “Poker Room” is etched in black let. The denomination written largely beneath. Along the bottom of the inlay, the city “Bluff, Arizona” is written in the same golden color as the words along the top of the inlay. With its unique edge markings and ridge detail, this chip is truly a cut above the rest.

Crown & Dice 14 Gram Poker Chips

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

For a sense of style and a unique design, I would recommend the Crown & Dice 14g three tone poker chip. This is one of many chips that come without denominations, which means, they can be used however you want. The three tone color scheme is unique to each poker chips. The chips come in 9 main colors; white, red, blue, green, black, purple, yellow, pink, and orange.
The Crown & Dice poker chips are made of a clay composite and give the look and feel of playing in a real casino. The chip’s inlay is black and is surrounded by a dashed pattern. The edges surrounding the inlay is dubbed with alternating “crown and dice”. The crowns have a backdrop of color, which is unique to the chip’s color scheme. The edge detail on the chips features a pattern of dots and diamonds that trail the entire edge of the poker chip. This poker chip is great to look at and adds a great pop of color to any poker game.

Choosing the Right Poker Chips

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

If you have been around for a new set of poker chips there is a good chance that you have been overwhelmed by the variety and vastness of available selections. From weight to composition, there are just so many choices. Our best advice to you is to group the poker chips based on one of the many features that are common. Some of these features include weight, composition, design, and price. Like with buying anything new, there is some degree of research expected in order to make an educated purchase.

500 Nevada Jack 10g Poker Chips with Claysmith Case

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

The 500 Nevada Jack 10g Poker Chips with Claysmith case is everything that you need in a poker chip set. This unique, gorgeous set comes with 500 10g Nevada Jack ceramic poker chips that you can choose in any denomination and quantity that you need. The case is made of thick aluminum plates with each corner reinforced with extra aluminum for added durability. For security purposes, the case also comes with a pair of keys to lock the case when not in use.

As a bonus with this poker chip set, there is an acrylic poker chip tray with a capacity of 100 chips which gives the look and feel of a real casino. There is also a solid white dealer button embossed with the word “DEALER” on both sides. Last but certainly not least, this set comes with 2 decks of playing cards. These cards are plastic coated poker size cards in standard index. The coating of plastic extends the longevity of the cards and makes for easy cleanup. This poker chip set has everything that you could possibly need and more, and I would recommend this to anyone.

“Desert Heat” Casino Poker Chips

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

This is the Desert Heat 13.5g poker chip. The poker chips are molded in clay with great detail and vibrant colors. On the face of each poker chip is its denomination, written in black ink, as well as a lively desert scene of colorful palm trees and a bright sun.

The fictional casino, “Desert Heat Hotel”, which is unique to this poker chip, is written in black letters beneath the desert. Each chip is customized with its own color scheme, which corresponds with a specific denomination. Also, there are four sets of three colorful stripes on each side of the chip, which adds a touch of finesse to the chips overall theme. These chips are sold individually, but are also sold in a range of poker chip sets.

Heavy and Stylish

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Poker chips have come a long way from the days of the flimsy and light weight interlocking chips that your Grandfather played his games with. Today’s market has been flooded with poker chips that vary in design, quality, and affordability. Most poker players prefer a heavier poker chip, normally 11.5 grams and heavier, for their home games. This has practically become the standard, while most casinos still use a full clay or ceramic chip at 10 grams. If you are like most poker enthusiasts, and are looking for a poker chip that is heavy and stylish, then you may want to consider the Monte Carlo 14 gram poker chips. The Monte Carlo poker chips offer casino quality graphics and edge spots at an extremely affordable price. These chips are made from a clay composite, which add to their durability. The high quality graphics, coupled with the heavy weight, make this a great option for any poker enthusiast.

Fresh Poker Chip Designs

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

If you are in the market for some new poker chips you may want to consider a design from Claysmith Gaming. The Claysmith line of poker chips has been a recent addition to our website and has added a fresh new variety available to the home gamer. Claysmith Gaming offers a higher quality poker chip at an affordable price. These poker chips have become one of the most popular on the market today, and for good reason. One of these reason is because of their heavy weight. While 11.5 grams had become the standard for a lot of poker chips, the Claysmith line weighs in at a hefty 13.5 grams. The creative inlays and edge spots are another reason this line of poker chips has become so popular. Using a generic base known as the “Greek Mold,” focus is placed on creating an attractive and unique inlay. If you are in the market for a new poker chip set, I would recommend taking a look at the Claysmith Gaming 13.5g poker chip sets.

Custom Chips For Any Occasion

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Not only are chips being put out in new styles, weights and colors all the time, but now poker chips can be used as a promotion. With the ability to create your own custom poker chips, you can create a chip to suit whatever type of promotion you’re running. For instance, one poker chip I’ve seen is being given out at a local bar on their poker nights. It’s a chip that is given to new players to the tournament and awards them with a free beer. This is a great way to get new players to the tournament and really raise the stakes. So as you can see, if you have the idea for it, a poker chip can go a long way.

Protection For Your Chip Set

Friday, April 13th, 2012

When you spend a small fortune on a quality set of poker chips the last thing you want to do is store them in something that is sub-par. Having the proper storage and transport containers and cases for you poker chips is a must. There are many different chip cases with varying capacities, so finding something that will suit your set should be fairly easy. One of the most common is the aluminum poker chip case. You can find this case in many capacities and will do a good job at protecting your set, it is also very affordable. There are also more luxurious options, including Mahogany and Oak cases. These will cost a bit more but are much more presentable. Whatever your choice or preference, the main thing is getting something that will allow you to transport and protect your chips.