Marlow Poker Chips

Casino Quality Home Poker Chips & Supplies

 Sample Sets
 Custom Chips
 Marlow Casino Chips
  MSK / Matsui
    Casino Royale
    Euro Plaques
 Clay Poker Chips
  Classic Poker Chips
    Rounders CSQ
    Rounders Scroll
    Eagle Amold
    Eagle HHR
    Atlantic Amold
    Atlantic HHR
    Atlantic HotStamp
    Pioneer Club
    Desert Palms
  Atlantic Standard
    Plain H Mold
  Blue Chip Co.
    Isthmus City
 Ceramic Chips
  Chipco 'Protech'
    £Sterling Classic
    Crystal Oyster
    American Landmarks
    Vintage Auto's
    The Mint
 Composite Chips
  Carta Mundi
    Casino Royale
    11g Suited
    Desert Palace
    High Roller
  Nexgen Chips
    12g Las Vegas
    13g Casino
    12g Lucky Bee
  Plain Poker Chips
    Unicorn (Chipco)
 Other Chips
  Metal Core
    Nevada Club
  Coin Inlay
    Playing Cards
    Cases & Racks
    Custom Chips
    Casino Supplies
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Home poker chip styles

Some chips are described as 'Clay'.  This means to say they are a clay composite material in the same style and with the same feel as traditional Paul-son and Bud Jones chips.  No chips are actually made from pure clay and neither have they been for around 70 years.  Clay is too soft, too light, and needs another 'agent' to bond it together.  Clay composite chips are compression moulded as opposed to the cheap injection moulded chinese made copies we see advertised regularly now.  We do not supply these inferior quality chips.  Many are only distinguishable from their casino quality counterparts when you actually have them in hand.  They are poorly constructed, slippery (and therefore dont stack well), often lighter and mis-shaped.  Beware before buying cheaper chips from elsewhere that you are comparing like with like.

The R&T plastics chips we advertise are the same 'clay compound' as described above with a plastic edge coating to provide more durability.

Chipco ceramic protec chips are made in the same way as the 'clay' chips but they have a smooth durable linen finish.  They are probably the hardest wearing of all chips available for home poker use and are the most widely used in casinos today.

All the poker chips we sell are made by manufacturers that also supply to real casinos.  The chips are of the exact same type as supplied to the casinos.