ChipGuide - The Online Information Source For Casino Chip

The Greg Susong Digital Media Center is dedicated to Casino Chip and Gaming Token Collectors Club Hall of Fame member Greg Susong.Greg is one of those who brought the Internet to chip and token collecting. His website, The ChipGuide, was one of the first sites devoted entirely to chip and token collecting, and serves as a tremendous resource for collectors throughout the world. A married couple that tried to bluff Maryland’s largest casino with counterfeit $100 chips was caught and charged, and charges are being sought against two others for a similar fake-chip scheme The Borgata tournament was suspended by the casino when the fake chips were discovered and then the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement issued an order canceling the tournament. An audit of the Borgata chips used in the poker tournament found that 160 counterfeit $5,000 chips were put into play during the first two days. Lusardi must repay $463,540 to the Borgata to tournament losses and Contact Rubes Casino Chips; Missouri. Missouri Chip and Token Collection . Thank you for viewing my Missouri Chip Collection. The Isle Casino in Cape Girardeau and Hollywood Casino in St. Louis both opened up in October. Harrah’s Casino in St. Louis is now closed. Click the Missouri Casino name to see the Official Museum of Gaming History Chip Guide. Ameristar Casino, Kansas City MO (Opened The admiral fired last year as No. 2 commander of U.S. nuclear forces may have made his own counterfeit $500 poker chips with paint and stickers to feed a gambling habit that eventually saw him Nguyen and Vo are suspected of altering numerous white $1 chips from Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races in West Virginia to make them look like black $100 chips from Maryland Live, according Spoiler alert: making fake poker chips hasn’t worked in years. Image: ‘Stacking Chips’ by Flickr/WorldPokerTour is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0 Signs of a real casino chip. You might think India News: A court in Singapore has framed charges against five Indians for allegedly using fake casino chips at a resort in the city state, local media reported A North Carolina man was sentenced to five years in prison and pay nearly $500,000 in restitution for bringing counterfeit poker chips with face values totaling millions of dollars to a tournament

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