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Find Threads Started by Turningham. Once upon a time, the same company made both pool balls and ceramic chips. Home Poker Discussions of home poker games. However, I'd recommend you skip the used casino cards and buy a setup of good plastic cards. Next time you're in Macau, just take some chips home with you. Last time I was in Vegas several years ago , both the Luxor and the Palms had ceramics in play, like this one:. Copags are more durable, but sadly the ink often wears off. The cards are likely to be cheap blackjack cards, BTW. Just Google "used casino cards" and pick whatever. Originally Posted by pfapfap. Thread Tools. You'll be happy to know that many casinos use Copags, the very cards you bought. Worse than cards. Originally Posted by DrStrange. And yours likely aren't nearly as disgusting. Computer Technical Help Programming. Still, those are the same cards poker rooms use. Find More Posts by Degenerate Dealer. Find More Posts by Jimulacrum. For chips, ChipTalk has a number of marketplaces, though they tend to be geared more toward serious collectors than the average chip-shuffler. At least in most pit games the felts are relatively clean, but I wouldn't want poker cards within metres from my house, and I handle them all day every day. What's your opinion on "Las Vegas Chip Talk" - and for someone who lives in Australia for that matter? I really wouldn't worry about casino cards. Definitely will not be changing to any other card any time soon. Originally Posted by eneely. You could also check out auction websites or anything along those lines, but you may find yourself paying a premium in those venues. It doesn't seem like it from the context, but I don't know of anything with that name outside of that site. User Name. Quote: Originally Posted by Degenerate Dealer You can get used cards at almost any casino gift shop for free, they will be somewhat defaced. Send a private message to Jimulacrum. I actually didn't know that about the ceramics. I know it's heresy among some chip aficionados, but I personally like ceramics quite a bit. And FYI, don't use your Copags on hard surfaces. The material in ceramic chips is essentially the same as the material used to make pool balls. Also I gotta reiterate the chips and cards are both just for fiddling with at home - I already have a sweet custom made set of Chips from an Australian supplier Iconic Poker Supplies that I'm loving and I have a few of the COPAG 4 colour plastic decks that we use for home games so I'm set on those two fronts. You use a shammy, because otherwise you get scratches. There are a couple casinos that use ceramics which I think are not truly ceramic, but are called that. Not as good qualiy as your Copags. Do you mean to refer to a section of chiptalk. So many disgusting people have touched them. Remember Me? Also why the ceramic hate?! They're a dime a dozen and widely available. The prices are pretty reasonable, especially if you only want a stack or two to play with. The trick will be finding a USA seller willing to ship to Australia. Originally Posted by Jimulacrum For chips, ChipTalk has a number of marketplaces, though they tend to be geared more toward serious collectors than the average chip-shuffler.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Smilies are On. Ceramics look clean forever. Originally Posted by Degenerate Dealer. Send a private message to Degenerate Dealer. Nice set, by the way. All but a couple I've ever seen have not been basically marked decks; I insist that we play with something else if someone tries to break 'em out. Ditto on the cards. I have a vague memory of seeing another custom set with portraits but old age has mostly stolen it. That said, you can find them anywhere. Cleaning a single stack of chips is not a big chore and will be easily worth it. Some unnecessary denominations, but very nice. They need clean felt. All times are GMT The time now is AM. It's like washing your car. View Public Profile. Scratches on cards cause dirt to collect, which makes them sticky. Originally Posted by Pfapfap. BB code is On. Send a private message to Turningham. The Chip Room also sells liquidated chips from closed casinos, or places that otherwise have no need for them, including Paulsons and other high-end chips. Re: Best place to buy ex-casino cards and chips? How did you select the portraits on the chips? Do you guys know of any good places to buy previously used casino goods such as these? A dry toothbrush works pretty well for me. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}User Name Remember Me? I know of three basic chip types used in casinos: Paulsons; the fully-printed chip like the Luxor shown above; and the really slippery chip with an inlay that's very popular on the west coast of NA. The latter tend to feel a bit better, but they also collect a LOT of visible dirt and gunk. Find More Posts by Turningham. As for chips I would check eBay. You can get used cards at almost any casino gift shop for free, they will be somewhat defaced. Most of the other casinos use KEM, but I've not been as pleased with their inability to stay flat. Page 1 of 2. Originally Posted by Jimulacrum. Find Threads Started by Jimulacrum. Those are great looking chips. Mark Forums Read. Hey guys, Have recently been looking around online to buy a few ex-casino chips and cards - not for a home game or anything well maybe the cards , but simply to just riffle or fiddle around with when at home therapeutic riffling is a wonderful thing. Casinos use either ceramics or Paulsons. Out of curiosity, aren't casino chips ceramics as well or are they something else I only really know about Ceramic and Clay Chips - and those coin inlays which look pretty cool too? They tend to use the standard floral pattern. Always sweet to see those kinds of chips. Will you post pictures of your custom set? Best place to buy ex-casino cards and chips? Out of curiosity, aren't casino chips ceramics as well or are they something else. Paulsons is a brand, but I've never seen any other brand of chips like them. PS chips are gross, too. Originally Posted by Turningham. Find Threads Started by Degenerate Dealer. Forum Rules. I've also come across a few such decks that were incomplete or otherwise useless. First off, they're totally gross. TBH, I'm not good with remembering what term is for what, especially since clay isn't really clay, and ceramic isn't really ceramic.