White - $1
Red - $5
Orange - $10
Yellow - $20
Green - $25
Black - $100
Purple - $500
Maroon - $1,000
Players use them in home games, cash games, and major tournaments around the world.
If you’re looking at hosting a home game with friends, there are a few things to keep in mind.
The World Series of poker can serve as an example of tournament colours and values. The annual event is the biggest spectacle in poker.
In 2018, it was Illinois’ John Cyn who took home the championship gold bracelet. He also walked away with $8.5 million after capturing all 393.8 million chips in play.
In Europe, poker chips follow rules similar to those in the U.S. However, many properties also work in colored "plaques" for larger denominations.
Chips can be distinctive and feature logos. They can also celebrate significant events or people. Binion's Horseshoe is the birthplace of the World Series of Poker.