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    Number of poker chips in a set?

    I am helping my sister with a probability assignment in maths and we chose poker as her subject. So i need to make a set of paper chips for us to use because we don't have time to go and buy a proper set. My question is how many of each chip type is there in a beginners poker chip set?

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    Maybe no standard number?

    I think they often have an equal number of each chip, which perhaps isn't the most useful distribution anyway?

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    As per Sarah. There is no real standard - there are different sizes of poker sets by most manufacturers.
    (Do you need them anyway? - there is plenty of info out there already detailing the probability of "making" a hand based on your pocket cards. So do you need to make any to play?) Alternatively, if you do feel it necessary to play, you could always sign up to an online game such as FullTilt, Titan, Party, 888 and play in "fun" mode, thus negating the need to make chips

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah View Post
    Maybe no standard number?

    I think they often have an equal number of each chip, which perhaps isn't the most useful distribution anyway?
    A reasonable ratio is something like 4/3/2/1 with 4 being the lowest chip denomination.

    So if the chips were in 25/50/100/500 denomination.

    You would have 4 times as may 25 chips as you would 500 chips.

    hXXp://www.homepokertourney.com/poker-chip-calculator.htm
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    Where can i play poker without going to a casino?

    I want play poker for money but nobody in my family in my family plays poker, i wonder where i can find families or a group that will allow me to play poker either with an internet ad or newspaper and if yes where can i find them locally?

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    Larger casinos have a card room in them that you can just walk into and play
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    For that you have to learn properly and have to have the experiences. You can study with PokerZion to learn poker well and Ace Poker Drills is an amazing software to learn for all. It can suggest you also where you have to play. Thanks.
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