Best Poker Chip Sets in 2013 According to HomePokerHQ.com

HomePokerHQ.com releases their best picks for the best poker chip sets in 2013. Detailed reviews of clay and ceramic poker chip sets.

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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 08, 2013

HomePokerHQ.com is dedicated to providing consumers with independent reviews of poker chips and poker accessories. In 2013 many poker players will be shopping for the best poker chip set for the money. HomePokerHQ.com's reviews will lead shoppers in the right direction to get the best poker chips set.

All of the reviews are based on 500 count or a 1000 count poker chips set. HomePokerHQ.com recommends a 500 count set for 4 to 6 players and a 1000 count set for 7 to 10 players.

2013’s Best Poker Chips Set for the Novice (Budget)

The novice poker player might host an occasional game so the durability of the poker chips should be able to handle a once a month game. A heavy weight clay composite poker chip is great for the novice player. These poker chips usually come with a PVC or heavy duty sticker and have a metal insert that provides 14Grams of weight. These poker chip sets can usually be found for under $125. View the best poker chip sets for under $125.

2013’s Best Poker Chips Set for the Avid Player

The avid player needs a durable chip as they will certainly see a lot of play and shuffling. Clay chips or high-end clay composite poker chips are recommended. They typically range from 10grams to 14grams in weight and have a high quality sticker on the face of the chip. The outer edges of these chips have a raised design and are usually molded with three or four colors when they are heat pressed. Typically these type of poker chip set range from $125 to $250. View the best poker chip sets for the avid player.

2013’s Best Poker Chips Set for the Professional

Ceramic chips are the most durable, have the nice smooth feel and the design on the face of the chip is heat pressed. There are no stickers that rub or peel off. Most of all of the ceramic chips are 10grams in weight which is the same weight and size of a regulation casino-grade chip. These chips will last a lifetime and maintain their beauty. Plan to spend $250+ for a quality set of ceramic poker chips. View the best poker chips sets for the professional.

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