February 22, 2007

The Dealer's Visor


Part of being a good dealer (or player), is looking the part. We don't really konw why poker visors became the thing to wear, perhaps its to help hide your face when you want, or perhaps its just to absorb some of the sweat you will have pouring from your forehead when you flop trip aces. Whatever the reason, you can make a fashion statement with a nice dealer visor. Check this one out at Amazon, and its clear-green-cousin also!

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February 19, 2007

Strip Poker Chips


For those of you out there looking for something a bit more sexy in your poker chips, we present to you the "Strip Poker" series of chips. These chips feature images of women who are in various stages of stripping. As the values of the chips go up, the clothes come off! You know you will get more than a few comments when you break out this set.

"Peek" inside to see more!

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February 14, 2007

Heavy Weight Ben Franklin Poker Chip Set. Made with Lasers!

These snazzy looking chips are dazzling to behold, and will bring a sparkle to your table!

14 Gram Laser Graphics Chips

Made with *actual* lasers, we think these chips look fantastic. Ok.. kidding about the lasers aside, these do look nice. Here's the skinny from Amazon's product description:

This Ben Franklin 14 Gram Heavy Weight Poker Chip Set is one of the most sought after poker chip sets on the mark. The laser graphic inlay sparkles in the light as the chips are tossed around the table. The soft Clay like feel enables these chips to play like authentic casino chips at a fraction of the cost.

This set comes with 500 chips, "metalic" case, cards, dealer button, and dice, and all for only $44.99. Not bad, though the phrase "clay like" tells us these probably substitute flash for authenticity. Did we mention they were made with LASERS!

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February 12, 2007

The Search for Solid Wood Continues!

It turns out, finding solid wood poker chips is not as easy as it sounds. Probably its just a pipe dream we have to play with solid wood chips. But while we haven't found chips yet, the search is turning up some lovely products.

Today we have a lovely solid wood poker table. Its the kind you would find in a nice club, or in grandpa's attic.


They are available in a variety of finishes and top colors. Check them out at Bluffstuff. While you're browsing.. don't miss the Welcome To Las Vegas chip set.

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February 9, 2007

How Much Wood Would a Wood Chuck Chuck?


We have decided to begin a quest for wooden chips. Imagine a luxurious dark mahogony chip, with hand-carved inlay. They would be conversation peices and they would simply exude sophistication. We suspect that sophistication would be lost on our druken poker buddies, but we don't care, we want them anyway!

Sadly, while we don't have actual wooden chips today, we do have wooden chip cases!

Check them out at ElitePokerChips.com

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February 6, 2007

Pool Poker at Caesar's

A clever Improv group decided to setup poker in Caesar's Palace... in their pool.
Some think its a joke, we think its the next new innovation in poker!

Via: VideoSift

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February 2, 2007

Chocolate Chips


Looking for something to show your kids the fun of poker, but don't want to involve money? No problems! Now you can play with chocolate poker chips! The best part is, once you win, you can eat your stake!

Pick up a 5 lb bag of assorted chip values at The Candy Warehouse.

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