One 200 11.5g Dice Poker Chips and One Clear Aluminum Cover

Every month, my friends and I alternate where we play our poker games. When this was first decided, all 18 of us put our names on a hat and drew to see when we would host. Luckily I was number 17, so I had plenty of time to figure out what the hell I was going to do. You know, make room, get poker chips, tables or anything else I needed to make it comfortable for everyone. That’s how I found the 200 dice poker chips of 11.5 g and 11.5 g with clear aluminum cover.

Now, I wasn’t necessarily the center of our group, but I grew up with these guys and spent time together over the years. However, when it comes to poker, I never make money when we play tournaments. In fact, I believe we are about to play 3 years worth of playing and I didn’t even get 4th in that period. It’s very annoying now that I really think about it.

However, when you don’t stand out in an area, you find something else that will impact. In that case, I wanted to offer everyone the best place to play poker. So I went online looking for items that would make a statement when you see them. Once I found the 200 11.5g dice poker chips and clear-cover aluminum case, I knew what compliments I would get.

When you see it for yourself, it definitely looks attractive bandarq. The case itself is made of aircraft aluminum and is as light as possible. Probably the coolest part is that you can see from the top and see what’s inside. Oh, and if you’re accident prone, the glass is scratch resistant.

In all, there are 5 dice, 2 decks of cards and 200 tokens, all inside this tiny aluminum case. It is durable and when you put it on the table, everyone is impressed by its appearance. I also bought two poker tables, a dealer button, a small and big blind button and some other things to make the game more authentic.

No one else had anything like this, so when it was my turn to host the party, everyone was taken back by everything. Probably the most entertaining comment came from my friend Jason, who said; “Why the hell didn’t you say that using your home was decorated with a poker atmosphere? We’d come to your house every week.”

Needless to say, I am the host and I get $ 1 per hand as a fee. That pays for the chips, drinks, electricity, new accessories and whatever I find best. In the end, I haven’t made any money playing any of these games yet. However, I’m taking advantage of the extra $ 200 I get every week to host the party. It just took a different path to generate extra income.

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