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Date: 15 Dec 2008 22:01:39
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Subject: Paulson home poker chips
21 years ago I bought poker chips from Paulson Card & Dice in Atlantic
City. They cost $0.35/ ea monogrammed on one side and the
denominations stamped on the other. We've used them at least twice a
month since. I went to buy a set for a friend and found they're no
longer being sold to the public. Does anyone know why? My set is
solid colors - no edge striping. They've been really great - my
problem is both sons think they're going to inherit them someday!




 
Date: 16 Dec 2008 21:09:16
From: roadlady
Subject: Re: Paulson home poker chips
On Dec 16, 9:35=A0pm, "PokerEuphoria" <pokereupho...@gmail.com > wrote:
> On Dec 15 2008 10:01 PM, Linda.DeAngelo wrote:
>
> > 21 years ago I bought poker chips from Paulson Card & Dice in Atlantic
> > City. =A0They cost $0.35/ ea monogrammed on one side and the
> > denominations stamped on the other. =A0We've used them at least twice a
> > month since. =A0I went to buy a set for a friend and found they're no
> > longer being sold to the public. =A0Does anyone know why? =A0My set is
> > solid colors - no edge striping. =A0They've been really great - my
> > problem is both sons think they're going to inherit them someday!
>
> I believe that they are collectibles now. You could contact the Gamblers
> General Warehouse here in Vegas. They are the world's largest gaming
> store. They could be of help and/or point you in the direction of getting
> more of these chips if that is what you want.
>
> Take Care
>
> Ty Warren
> Ownerwww.PokerEuphoria.com
> 2008 Binion's Poker Open Event 4 Winner
>
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Thank you for your help, but when I put "Gamblers General Warehouse"
into google I only get Gamblers General STORE. Also, I hope my chips
are not collectables in the sense I can't add to them, because all the
Paulson chips I see are pre-denominated, not solid colored like mine.


 
Date: 16 Dec 2008 19:35:51
From: PokerEuphoria
Subject: Re: Paulson home poker chips
On Dec 15 2008 10:01 PM, Linda.DeAngelo wrote:

> 21 years ago I bought poker chips from Paulson Card & Dice in Atlantic
> City. They cost $0.35/ ea monogrammed on one side and the
> denominations stamped on the other. We've used them at least twice a
> month since. I went to buy a set for a friend and found they're no
> longer being sold to the public. Does anyone know why? My set is
> solid colors - no edge striping. They've been really great - my
> problem is both sons think they're going to inherit them someday!

I believe that they are collectibles now. You could contact the Gamblers
General Warehouse here in Vegas. They are the world's largest gaming
store. They could be of help and/or point you in the direction of getting
more of these chips if that is what you want.

Take Care

Ty Warren
Owner
www.PokerEuphoria.com
2008 Binion's Poker Open Event 4 Winner

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