Poker Chips & Supplies

Poker Chip Mania has the largest selection of poker chips and supplies at the lowest prices since 2006.

You can customize all Chip Sets! You can choose how many colors you would like in your set. You don't have to settle for a set of poker chips that isn't customizable to your specific needs. Poker chips can be purchased in 25-chip rolls or as a complete set. Sizes range from 200 to 1000 chips.

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Poker chips: The weight of poker chips may differ from the stated weight. The weight of a poker chip could vary from its stated weight. These differences will not be noticeable and will not impact the playability of your chip. The chip colors can also vary between batches. We recommend buying large quantities of chips at once if you want to buy them all. We don't recommend buying chips in bulk as the colors might not match.

You'll be amazed at the variety of chips available once you begin looking. There are many options for chips: chips with denominations, ones with no denomination, bulk, and sets. They all come in different colors and are made from different materials.

Which chips are best for you? Do you have a tight budget? Looking for quality? Are you looking for quality?

Chip Bundles – Bundles are bulk chips. The majority of chips are sold in 25-chip bundles. Some chips come in bundles with 50 chips.

Chip sets - We offer a wide range of sizes for all of our chip styles. A set of chips is a more economical way to purchase them. The majority of sets come in sizes ranging from 300 chips to 1000 chips. Aluminum, wood, acrylic, and chip carriers are all options for the cases. The case styles are not available for all sizes.

What is the purpose of poker chips?

There are three types of materials: composite (plastic), ceramic, and clay. Composite materials are often the most cost-effective, but they can also be expensive. The quality of the clay is variable and the ceramic is casino-grade.

Composites - These are made of a compressed PVC material. These chips are durable and can last for a long time. They won't lose their edges. These chips are very popular in poker leagues because they get a lot of use. These chips are usually less expensive, but they can be more expensive in some cases. These chips feel slippery.

Clay - Most casinos use clay chips. Clay chips are available in many different quality options and prices. Clay chips are made with composite materials to increase strength and durability. Clay chips that are less expensive usually contain more composite materials. Clay chips' edges will wear out and become rounder, giving them a wonderful feel. Clay chips are less slippery than composite. Clay chips have a more "soapy", which makes them stack better than composite.

Ceramic - A ceramic chip has the unique feature that the graphics are part of it. Several casinos use ceramic chips. These chips are usually more expensive.

Chip Weight - Most poker chips are between 8 and 15g in weight, with the 14g being the most common. The 11.5g poker chips were first widely available in 2000, and only a few styles were available. The 13.5g poker chip was made from clay. The heavyweights in the poker chip industry are the 14 and 15-gram chips.

Many believe that the more expensive a chip is, the better its quality. It is false. The heavier chips are heavier because they have a metal insert inside. Most casino chips weigh 10 grams.

Personal preference is all that matters when it comes to the weight of a chip. Pick a chip that is comfortable for you, looks good to you and fits within your budget.

Chip Denominations: About half of all our chips have denominations, and the other half don't. It is up to you whether or not you want denominations.

Denominations – The advantage of denominations is that they eliminate any confusion about the value of the chips. There are many denomination options for chip styles. They include $1, $5, $10 and $25. Some sets have chip denominations below $1 and above $10,000. There are also denominational styles of chip that do not have a dollar sign. These chips can be used as cent or dollar chips.

There are no denominations - Non-denominational chips offer flexibility. Any value can be equal to any color. If you play cash and tournament games, for example, the required chip values can differ.

How many poker chips are you going to need?

It is important to consider how you intend to use the chips. You will use them differently if you plan to use them for cash games than if you intend to use them for tournament play. You will need only a few colors of chips to play cash games. Tournament play may require three to five colors depending on how many players are participating.

Tournaments - A tournament will require approximately 50 chips per player. Depending on the size of your tournaments, you may need more colors. For smaller tournaments with fewer participants (less than 12), you can use three colors. You should use at least four colors between 12 and 25. You will need to use at most 5 colors between 25 and 100.

Cash Game - You generally need between 50 and 80 chips per player when playing cash games. You could have the entire set in one color but may need a few more colors. How to buy cheap poker supplies