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Mostly a recount of my poker exploits along with a bunch of random other stuff just for fun.

Saturday, April 22, 2006

Poker Chip Tree

My chip tree from H&H Innovations arrived today. I wish I had this a few weeks ago when I was organizing a poker tournament for members of my family, none of whom played poker with any sort of regularity, if at all. It makes the whole “how much is this blue one worth” or “what makes $80” questions a lot easier when you can just point to the tree and say figure it out. I may also bring it along for our monthly tournaments, since we usually have one or two players that are new to the group and aren’t familiar with our chip denominations.

Besides displaying chip values for tournaments, the other use this product is designed for is displaying chip collections. Now, I don’t know a lot about chip collecting mostly because I rarely make it to casinos, but it seems to me that this would be the perfect thing to display your collection.

The chip tree made of clear acrylic in the USA. It measures 9.5”H x 4”W x 3”D. It also comes with six double sided value chips with denominations from .05 to $500. It sells for $15. The Collectors version costs $13, but does not include the value chips.

There are also a number of auctions running on ebay so you might be able to pick one up for about $10.



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