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« : Jan 28, 2006 at 06:59 »

Use this thread to list the number of poker chips that will fit inside a row of your 100-chip racks. I will slowly add this data to my Poker Chip Racks page.

Please mention the number of chips per row, the brand of poker chip, and the brand of rack.

Examples:

20 - ASM Horse Head - 67.7mm rack
19 - 11.5g Dice Composite - Paulson rack
« : Jan 28, 2006 at 09:20 nutN2Lewz »
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« #1 : Jan 28, 2006 at 12:43 »

Here's what I have. I'm not sure of the brands the trays are though.

19 - 11.5g Suited composite w/ labels - Trays from 5 Star Deal
20 - same as above without labels
19 - 11.5g Royal Suited w/ labels - Trays from 5 Star Deal
20 - same as above without labels
20 - Big Slick Texas Holdem w/ labels - Trays from 5 Star Deal
20 - Nexgen Lucky Bees w/ labels - Trays from Discount casino Gear
20 - almost 21 Nevada Jacks Ceramic ( I have Bounty & Showem chips. I assume all NJ's are the same) - Trays from Discount casino Gear
20 - Ace High Supply BR Pro ceramic New Mold (thicker than old mold. They are as thick as Chipcos now. Were a bit thinner before) - Trays supplied by Ace High

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« #2 : Feb 08, 2006 at 21:35 »

Ranman -

You were able to get almost 21 of the NJ Ceramic in these trays?

I had some of the chip boxes from HPC.  They are supposed to hold 25 X 4 rows, but I was only able to get 24 per row, and it was tight.  So I am now looking for either chip trays with lids, or chip trays and a birdcage.  Really need a few with lids since my current set is 1025 skulls, and I am about to order the $1000 Skull chip.

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« #3 : Feb 08, 2006 at 23:14 »

Ranman -

You were able to get almost 21 of the NJ Ceramic in these trays?

brewdawg

I am using the 5 row acrylic trays.
Yup, when I have 20 of my Show'em, Bounty or American Beautys they are loose. I think if I tried I could squeeze another one in but it would probably scratch up the chip. They are thinner than Chipcos.

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« #4 : Feb 26, 2006 at 10:45 »

I am using the 5 row acrylic trays.
Yup, when I have 20 of my Show'em, Bounty or American Beautys they are loose. I think if I tried I could squeeze another one in but it would probably scratch up the chip. They are thinner than Chipcos.
Are those American Beautys BR Pro chips?

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« #5 : Feb 27, 2006 at 11:09 »

Trays from 5 Star Deal
Chips from 5 Star Deal and pokershopping.com
     - 20 per row Suited composites no label
     - 19 per row Suited Composites w/label
Chips from pokerchipmart.com
     - 19 per row Suited composites no label
     - 19 per row Suited Composites w/label

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« #6 : Feb 28, 2006 at 14:34 »

I am using the 5 row acrylic trays.
Yup, when I have 20 of my Show'em, Bounty or American Beautys they are loose. I think if I tried I could squeeze another one in but it would probably scratch up the chip. They are thinner than Chipcos.
Are those American Beautys BR Pro chips?

No. The AB's were made by Nevada Jacks. My Kokopelli chips are BR Pro.

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« #7 : Apr 09, 2006 at 01:53 »

I have the 10g six stripe (sopranos). I can fit 20 in a row with a clear spacer as well, i keep them split into tens. With the 1000 chip birdcage case, that makes it extremely easy to transport and split up the chips
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« #8 : Apr 13, 2006 at 18:05 »

Just wanted to note that all 66.7mm chip racks for paulson chips are not all the same, I've got a "marked paulson rack which fit the paulson chips perfectly and the chips are straight across even in height, i bought some  generic 66.7 racks for paulson chips and just found out that while the chips fit perfectly and snug, the height of the chip in the rack is raised slightly at the end of the rows no biggy but there seems to be a quality issue with the mold of the china racks!

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« #9 : Apr 17, 2006 at 22:46 »

Are the ceramic chips more uniform?

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« #10 : May 08, 2006 at 11:02 »

... list the number of poker chips that will fit inside a row of your 100-chip racks.
I only use the 'oak' wood racks you find in wood cases. Although I have a couple there are different types, one seems to be standard, found in the typical oak/cherry/walnut carry cases (found from 200-500 sizes). 4 rows of 25. I've purchased a bunch from 2 different sources and they are all the same.
If you are interested, I'll post how many of my clay, ceramic, and plastic chips fit in these...



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« #11 : May 08, 2006 at 17:54 »

... list the number of poker chips that will fit inside a row of your 100-chip racks.
I only use the 'oak' wood racks you find in wood cases. Although I have a couple there are different types, one seems to be standard, found in the typical oak/cherry/walnut carry cases (found from 200-500 sizes). 4 rows of 25. I've purchased a bunch from 2 different sources and they are all the same.
If you are interested, I'll post how many of my clay, ceramic, and plastic chips fit in these...



Please do, colors are differnet widths, especially with cheap dice chips...

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« #12 : Sep 03, 2006 at 10:12 »

Which one is better for Chipcos, 66.7mm or 67.7mm rack?


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« #13 : Sep 03, 2006 at 13:07 »

100 chip acrylic trays from discount casino gear, i can fit 21 of my NJ Desert Sands in each row.

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« #14 : Sep 06, 2006 at 14:39 »

... list the number of poker chips that will fit inside a row of your 100-chip racks.
I only use the 'oak' wood racks you find in wood cases. Although I have a couple there are different types, one seems to be standard, found in the typical oak/cherry/walnut carry cases (found from 200-500 sizes). 4 rows of 25. I've purchased a bunch from 2 different sources and they are all the same.
If you are interested, I'll post how many of my clay, ceramic, and plastic chips fit in these...

That's my rack too.  I can fit 104 Paulson JB's into one...but I only use it for 100.

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« #15 : Sep 06, 2006 at 14:54 »

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100 chip acrylic trays from discount casino gear, i can fit 21 of my NJ Desert Sands in each row.

I have the Skulls, and can only fit 20 in each row, but they are a little loose. I had some WPT chips and they were super tight in the same trays.

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« #16 : Feb 01, 2007 at 01:31 »

DCG now has 66.7mm trays in stock for 2.99 that are very well made, they are perfect for clays and faux clays, very tight fitting, they actuall fit better than my paulson trays.
http://www.discountcasinogear.com/?affcode=1924
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« #17 : Jul 06, 2007 at 18:28 »

I bought 10 chip racks from PokerChipsDepot.com about over a year ago ... a couple of months ago I bought a 1000 acrylic chip carrier with 20 racks from the same place. The racks I got the second time were different from the ones I got the first time; they held 20 chips very loosely (can fit 21 of any chip - TR King, Paulson, Chipco ...), and I didn't like that.

Last week, I bought another 20 from Discount Casino Gear (the ones that are not to be used with a cover), in hope that they'd be like the first racks I got from PokerChipsDepot, but they were the same as the ones I didn't like ... they held 20 chips very loosely ... I'm assuming these are the "standard" 67.7 mm racks?

Am I right to assume that anywhere I was to buy chip racks that they'd be like the ones I didn't like (67.7 mm)? I want more racks like the ones I got the first time that hold 20 chips snuggly but I don't know for sure if those are 66.7 or what because they weren't listed as such nor was I specifically looking for 66.7, but it seems like that's what was sent to me the first time ...

Are 66.7 mm racks what I need to get specifically? I'm just confused because the first ones I bought I thought were the standard 67.7 but after these last two rack purchases I just don't know ... If this has any relevance, the racks that I have that I like aren't totally clear, they appear slightly tinted ... the ones I don't like look totally clear.
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« #18 : Jul 06, 2007 at 20:35 »

http://www.apachepokerchips.com/pokerchipracks.html

I got mine here and they fit the Paulson chips very well.
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« #19 : Aug 23, 2007 at 06:45 »

very nice!!!
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« #20 : Oct 22, 2007 at 13:23 »

I need help i left my racks for my blue chip chips in hawaii. I need 15 acrlyic racks and i dont remember the size can someone help me......

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« #21 : Oct 22, 2007 at 15:08 »

I need help i left my racks for my blue chip chips in hawaii. I need 15 acrlyic racks and i dont remember the size can someone help me......
Which racks do you need or which ones do you want?
The "regular" racks will easily fit 21 BCC chips, and the smaller (66.7 mm) should fit 20.
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« #22 : Oct 22, 2007 at 16:50 »

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I need help i left my racks for my blue chip chips in hawaii. I need 15 acrlyic racks and i dont remember the size can someone help me......

I'd be happy to help, just send me a round-trip ticket for Hawaii and I'll go pick them up for you!

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« #23 : Oct 22, 2007 at 17:10 »

I need help i left my racks for my blue chip chips in hawaii. I need 15 acrlyic racks and i dont remember the size can someone help me......
Which racks do need or which ones do you want?
The "regular" racks will easily fit 21 BCC chips, and the smaller (66.7 mm) should fit 20.

66.7 that sounds familliar... i want the ones that fit 20 thanks......

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« #24 : Oct 22, 2007 at 17:11 »

I need help i left my racks for my blue chip chips in hawaii. I need 15 acrlyic racks and i dont remember the size can someone help me......
Which racks do need or which ones do you want?
The "regular" racks will easily fit 21 BCC chips, and the smaller (66.7 mm) should fit 20.

66.7 that sounds familliar... i want the ones that fit 20 thanks......


lol so would i ......

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« #25 : Feb 18, 2008 at 07:32 »

I got 5 racks off a ceapo ebay seller (i can look up store if interested), and they only fit 19 (per row)of my compression clays from palm imports, who sells the ones that will fir 20?
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« #26 : Jul 18, 2008 at 12:02 »

I've been looking around for 10 chip racks to fit Paulson chips (66.7 mm) but the problem is I live in New Zealand and it costs over $100 just to ship over.

Any advice on where I can find a cheaper shipping company (international)? Been looking for weeks now, and still no luck. New Zealand sucks for poker supplies. I wouldn't be surprised if these are the best chips ever to be played in NZ lol.

The racks are for the beautiful Le Paulson Noir chips (http://www.buypokerchips.com/Paulson-Poker-Chips-p/set-paulson.htm). I just want to get a perfect fitting rack to go with them.

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« #27 : Jul 18, 2008 at 16:04 »

I've been looking around for 10 chip racks to fit Paulson chips (66.7 mm) but the problem is I live in New Zealand and it costs over $100 just to ship over.

Any advice on where I can find a cheaper shipping company (international)? Been looking for weeks now, and still no luck. New Zealand sucks for poker supplies. I wouldn't be surprised if these are the best chips ever to be played in NZ lol.

The racks are for the beautiful Le Paulson Noir chips (http://www.buypokerchips.com/Paulson-Poker-Chips-p/set-paulson.htm). I just want to get a perfect fitting rack to go with them.
  Check out the international rate calculator at usps.com  .   One of the "Flate Rate" USPS Priority Mail Boxes should hold 10 Racks, & will ship for under US $40 ... See if you can get a company here in the US to use that option for you .....
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« #28 : Jul 20, 2008 at 17:16 »

I've been looking around for 10 chip racks to fit Paulson chips (66.7 mm) but the problem is I live in New Zealand and it costs over $100 just to ship over.

Any advice on where I can find a cheaper shipping company (international)? Been looking for weeks now, and still no luck. New Zealand sucks for poker supplies. I wouldn't be surprised if these are the best chips ever to be played in NZ lol.

The racks are for the beautiful Le Paulson Noir chips (http://www.buypokerchips.com/Paulson-Poker-Chips-p/set-paulson.htm). I just want to get a perfect fitting rack to go with them.
  Check out the international rate calculator at usps.com  .   One of the "Flate Rate" USPS Priority Mail Boxse should hold 10 Racks, & will ship for under US $40 ... See if you can get a company here in the US to use that option for you .....

I just found an option at www.bluegatepoker.com who had this shipment cost. The guy is also gona try find an air shipment for the same or lower price for me. Good site esp for people who live on the otherside of America lol. Thanks all the same though.
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« #29 : Jul 30, 2008 at 09:56 »

$5 each? That's a bit rich... even if shipping's cheaper...

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« #30 : Jul 31, 2008 at 01:29 »

$5 each? That's a bit rich... even if shipping's cheaper...

It ended up being cheaper and I received them through airmail at the same price. Did you find somewhere cheaper? Maybe I could use a different source when getting more in stock.
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« #31 : Jul 31, 2008 at 01:33 »

I ordered mine from http://www.casinodiscountsupplies.com/chhotr2.html.

There is a slight catch though. I ordered mine four months ago, paid for them, but haven't received them yet. And they're also not answering my emails...

Still, the price is good, if you ever receive them.

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« #32 : Jul 31, 2008 at 01:37 »

they were one of the first places I tried but they didn't ship to NZ
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« #33 : Jul 31, 2008 at 11:23 »

I ordered mine from http://www.casinodiscountsupplies.com/chhotr2.html.

There is a slight catch though. I ordered mine four months ago, paid for them, but haven't received them yet. And they're also not answering my emails...

Still, the price is good, if you ever receive them.

4 months? WTF? have you tried phoning them?

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« #34 : Jul 31, 2008 at 11:34 »

I send them an email every so often, but haven't called them yet.

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« #35 : Jul 31, 2008 at 13:18 »

if you're worried about the long distance, make the call over the net with Skype or something.
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« #36 : Jul 31, 2008 at 13:42 »

I've been looking around for 10 chip racks to fit Paulson chips (66.7 mm) but the problem is I live in New Zealand and it costs over $100 just to ship over.

Any advice on where I can find a cheaper shipping company (international)? Been looking for weeks now, and still no luck. New Zealand sucks for poker supplies. I wouldn't be surprised if these are the best chips ever to be played in NZ lol.

The racks are for the beautiful Le Paulson Noir chips (http://www.buypokerchips.com/Paulson-Poker-Chips-p/set-paulson.htm). I just want to get a perfect fitting rack to go with them.
  Check out the international rate calculator at usps.com  .   One of the "Flate Rate" USPS Priority Mail Boxse should hold 10 Racks, & will ship for under US $40 ... See if you can get a company here in the US to use that option for you .....

We do the USPS priority mail international flat rate shipping and it will be insured and guaranteed.  I'm sorry that you got unlucky and purchased from this company that won't answer your emails. A majority of our business is international.

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« #37 : Aug 02, 2008 at 00:12 »

I ordered mine from http://www.casinodiscountsupplies.com/chhotr2.html.

There is a slight catch though. I ordered mine four months ago, paid for them, but haven't received them yet. And they're also not answering my emails...

Still, the price is good, if you ever receive them.

Thanks, i will ordered for me ..
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« #38 : Feb 18, 2009 at 21:27 »

I have 1000 Nevada Jack skulls coming in the mail.  I as wondering if anyone found a rack that will fit 20 skulls in it without any wiggle room.  I don't want them rattling during transport.

Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.
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« #39 : Feb 18, 2009 at 22:46 »

I'm not sure if NJ's are the same, but they should be close to Chipco.  Rack sizes are here:

http://www.homepokertourney.com/poker-chip-racks.htm

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« #40 : Feb 19, 2009 at 00:44 »

It is so tough to tell online. Have you tried calling a service rep from any of these places?

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« #41 : Feb 19, 2009 at 15:52 »

I have 1000 Nevada Jack skulls coming in the mail.  I as wondering if anyone found a rack that will fit 20 skulls in it without any wiggle room.  I don't want them rattling during transport.

Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.

Okay I checked this out and basically if you go with a Paulson rack then they will fit so snug that you can flip the rack upside down and they won't fall out. That for me is way too snug during game play. It's going to add wear and tear the chips too I believe.

The regular chip racks fit well but they will still be a little loose. There's not enough room to fit a 21st chip in there but If you want to transport the chips without having them shake loose slide a penny in each slot and they will snug up nice. I don't think you can fit a nickel in there but a penny should work.

I hope that helps.

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« #42 : Feb 19, 2009 at 16:44 »

I would agree with OWG's assessment. I have NJ Martini Club chips and while neither are perfect 67.7 racks work better than 66.7. They could probably benefit from a 67.2 rack! These are older chips though and I believe they have changed to a smoother face and I don't know if those are a different thickness. I would say to get a sample rack but considering the cost of the 67.7 racks and shipping I think you're better off just ordering all of them. Another option to keep them snug might be those plastic spacers. Not sure if the width on those would be right or not but if having the chips rattle around is a concern then you could give those a shot.

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« #43 : Feb 19, 2009 at 20:36 »

I would agree with OWG's assessment. I have NJ Martini Club chips and while neither are perfect 67.7 racks work better than 66.7. They could probably benefit from a 67.2 rack! These are older chips though and I believe they have changed to a smoother face and I don't know if those are a different thickness. I would say to get a sample rack but considering the cost of the 67.7 racks and shipping I think you're better off just ordering all of them. Another option to keep them snug might be those plastic spacers. Not sure if the width on those would be right or not but if having the chips rattle around is a concern then you could give those a shot.

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chip spacers won't fit in the gap with the larger racks. A penny is about all you can get in there.

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« #44 : Feb 23, 2009 at 15:25 »

Thank you everyone for the information.  I will probably make my own spacers.
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« #45 : Feb 25, 2010 at 08:08 »

Thank you everyone for the information.  I will probably make my own spacers.

Well, i think it is a good idea to just create a spacer, for instance from the foam that is placed in the spacers, just cut it in the middlein a U form and place it on one side of the rack, am sure it would work better than the penny :)))) Plus it will not scratch the chips.

Well... i have the same problem, i am willing to buy few heads-up sets, various ones like National paulson, the new Pharaohs, Brpro TIKIs and ASM horseheads... so it is totally crazy to buy for every single small set a special rack???? or probably i am not right... ?

So what do you think what rack should i go for???? and from which shop... i will need to ship them to Lithuania... probably the
oldwestpokersupplies? any discounts from them?

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« #46 : Feb 25, 2010 at 13:03 »

I've been looking around for 10 chip racks to fit Paulson chips (66.7 mm) but the problem is I live in New Zealand and it costs over $100 just to ship over.

Any advice on where I can find a cheaper shipping company (international)? Been looking for weeks now, and still no luck. New Zealand sucks for poker supplies. I wouldn't be surprised if these are the best chips ever to be played in NZ lol.

The racks are for the beautiful Le Paulson Noir chips (http://www.buypokerchips.com/Paulson-Poker-Chips-p/set-paulson.htm). I just want to get a perfect fitting rack to go with them.



When I go to the cage for chips at the $1/$2 game, they'll give me a rack for my chips.  Those racks sometimes go into my pocket rather than on the floor with all the other racks from the other players.

Paulson racks from the casino fit Paulson perfectly.

As for spacers, those waste centers from airtites with the foam circle are perfect.
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