February 21, 2006

Review: Apache Poker Chips - Paulson Clay Poker Chips For Your Home Poker Game

Img 2071-1Apache Poker Chips sent us in two clay poker chip sample sets to review recently. If you don't know that much about Apache Poker Chips' - then you should.

They have the largest selection of casino quality clay poker chips we've seen. Also they specialize in Paulson, ASM, Chipco, & TR King chips. These are high quality chips. We like the fact they have a large selection of looks (Deadwood chips anyone?) and the chips feel right.


Img 2233These poker chips are made out of as much clay as you can put into a poker chip without making them brittle and we really like the designs. Each chip weighs in at 10 - 10.1 grams (note we got a consistent 10.1 gram weight on the Deadwood chips). This is a proper casino weight. Most people are used to composite chips with metal blanks inside weighing in at 11.5 grams - but we can assure you - 10 grams is the proper weight.

Now we've been playing with these chips over the past few weeks as our "play with chips and do chip tricks stack" while playing online poker and we like them. Much like the Nevada Jacks chips we've been using in much the same way, these feel like the real deal and are good looking chips.

What else can we say? Great design. Good weight. Great quality. We recommend ordering some sample sets and see for yourself. Read their full FAQ for more information.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 21, 2006 1:14 PM
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