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About GameChips:

Designed for tabletop gamers. Integrating large, easy to read, numerals is a key aspect of the GameChips design. We also chose to use bold colors to make it easier for players to count chips at a glance. We tested many different color combinations to find the perfect mix that would provide outstanding visual separation while keeping our art design intact.

We analyzed a diverse range of games to determine the most often used denominations needed for commonly played games. With our 15 denominations, you can craft a set of chips that meets your unique gaming needs.

For GameChips, we wanted a edge design that would make it easy to count chips from across the table. We selected highly contrasting colors, and added a progressive edge spot design. As the value of the chip increases, the number of stripes in the design increases. This makes it much easier to differentiate chips.

Here'a a full review of GameChips by noted reviewer, Lance Myxter - the Undead Viking.

Please read the section below the product listing for some additional things to know about ceramic chips.

Some things to know about ceramic chips...

While the chips are commonly referred to as ceramic, they are actually made of a special plastic/resin compound that is injected into a mold. The blank chips we use are solid material throughout. We do not use metal slugs that are commonly used in cheaper chips to add weight.

The graphic design is applied to the blank chips via a process called dye sublimation. This printing process uses heat and pressure to infuse the ink into the chips surface. This benefit of this method is that the image won't wear off, or peel off like a label since the ink is deep into the surface of the chip.

Printing the images on the chips is a manual process and it can result in variations between chips. While these variations are generally very minor, It's important to know that they can and will occur. During normal play, most gamers won't even notice them. Here are some of the types of variations that you might see if you purchase ceramic chips.

  • Color Bleed - with lighter colors, you may see occurrences of color from the face bleed onto the edges.
  • Centering - minor variations in the centering of the graphic on the chip is possible, as the are aligned by hand.
  • Dimples - ceramic poker chips have a small dimple on the rolling edge of each chip.

To minimize the occurrence of these variations, we have chosen to use a very experienced and reputable manufacturer.