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That should give me 12 buy-ins and 9 rebuys. But after use they got slicker and slicker. He gets the right-hand side of each chip, and I get the left. Diversity can be a good thing. The Yak ceramic samples I have are very nice, though, and I can see the appeal. The Bud Jones or Matsui type injection molded chips, I have never owned. I like both sets of chips but if i had to pick one, i would most likely go with clay chips. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. At this point, I'm trying to understand why these carry such a premium over the china clays. Early on in my chipology I had a set of what some people call "faux" bud jones. I started with ceramics, but doubt I will ever go back. I love the look of the GCR solids too much to stay away. Well, I'm probably going to kIck myself. But for me, a "casino chip" means a clay chip. Ceramics only advantage is in the almost limitless customization that is possible for fairly little added expense. Right now, a 10g chip is my sweet spot when shuffling chips and I'm a habitual shuffler. Since I rarely get more than 9 players per game, it should be fine. They were injection molded chips with no slug. I'm still in the 'getting samples' stage, but having never played with "casino" chips, I can only compare the samples against each other and my The Yaks look great, but I'm still warming up to them. All sold now. Among the ceramics, Chipco chips were the best handling and stacking. This is the first time for me seeing this thread. I have owned many. I'm still a bit short on the denom grey , but I'll work around that. But there will be pr0n No hurry for the pron. I started out with China Clays and sold them before I even played a game with them. As for pr0n, that will have to wait, as I'm having them sent to a US address. They stacked so well and handled beautifully. Supporting Member. Perhaps with a little cleaning and de-greasing they may have regained their original feel. Members Current visitors. KingZilla Two Pair. Joined Apr 5, Messages Reaction score Location ontario. Search titles only. Log in Register. I think I prefer the clay chips better but for what I needed them for I couldn't beat the price and quality of the ceramic Yaks. Further, each clay chip is slightly different from it's neighbour, those these differences are miniscule to the naked eye. I had thousands of them. I don't think there's a bad choice, here. Yup, split them in half. Ceramics have a "flatter" sound, imo, whereas clays have a richer note when being messed with.

Forums New posts Search forums. There was no possible way I could have swung having nearly 2k custom clay Paulsons made whereas the ceramic chips were much more affordable. Then there was the "faux" clay stage They were plastic injection molded chips and if I can't remember if they had crosshatching or not.

I have owned ceramics and clays. Back to the topic at hand We'll see how these go. I never kept them around long enough to go through that process and find ceramic casino chips.

Or maybe Yaks. What's your breakdown like? I'll pick them up during my next visit to the US. My personal opinion is REAL clay is the best type of chip that I have played with as far as feel, stacking and handling.

Milo Flush. Might as ceramic casino chips take advantage of doc holliday city colorado exemption.

This mold is apparently one of the heavier BCC molds closer ceramic casino chips 10gand the colours look to be distinct enough to address the main complaints with the current set I have small denoms and close colours.

Thread starter dannyboy Start date Jun 19, Which set of poker chips do you think is better? Cheese said:.

As for why a "true" clay chip costs more, it is simply down to manufacturing costs. Then I bought ceramic chips and had a custom denomination done Royal Yaks for my cash game. Log in. JavaScript is disabled. I couldn't handle the full set, but the half set works for the majority of the games I have 10 or less players , and I still have the slugged set for larger games. CdnBeerLover said:. As much as I'd like to get them, I think I'll just stick to looking at china clays The flesh, it is weak. Then I bought clay chips Paulson's followed by several thousand more Paulson clay chips. I do remember they stacked well and couldn't be labelled due to no recess in the middle. They were pretty good as I remember but had limited edgespots all white and the same pattern on each chip. What am I missing? Search forums. Resources Latest reviews Search resources. Clays leave a more tactile impression with players than a ceramic chip, even the China Clays. Now clays are a clear winner to me. If not, I'll put them up for sale and if they go, I'll get Milanos. Search Advanced search…. I wonder which chip people prefer more, ceramics or clays. The rest, I didn't care for as much, they didn't have much grip for stacking. I must digress Cheese Full House. And while I still think they are the best "bang for your buck" chip, they still don't handle and stack like REAL clays. MrWitti 3 of a Kind. I really like ceramics I have 2 cash sets and a tourney set That said I like the feel of used clays. I just feel more comfortable playing with those particular chips compared to any other chips. I wish I could say one way or the other but I'm rather torn. Did you and pug just split them in half? An old thread but I was reading a few comments on this topic. New posts. Gallery New media New comments Search media. I started with ceramics then invested in custom ceramics. Long story short Get some of both like I did. Now I've got almost 2k ceramic chips Yaks and only about Clay Paulson chips. I'm trying to understand why these carry such a premium over the china clays. I'm a traditionalist, so clay for me, too. When they're done right, ceramics can be nice.