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Subject: Political Commissar Chip rss

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dave
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So my buddy just got the Eastern Front and, as it turned out, we were able to play within a few hours of delivery. We played the first scenario 4x and it was really fun and the new Russion rules are great.

So the reason for the post is that I just have to say the Political Commissar Chip is really impressive. Its got a great weight, feel and look to it--really a quality piece. It reminds me of an old silver dollar. Does anyone happen to know what it's made of? I may have to buy it just to have one of my own.

 
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Isn't it just a normal poker chip with a sticker on it?

You can probably get a set of poker chips in sleek-looking metal carrying cases in your FLGS.
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Paul Shabatowski
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dave65tdh wrote:
So my buddy just got the Eastern Front and, as it turned out, we were able to play within a few hours of delivery. We played the first scenario 4x and it was really fun and the new Russion rules are great.

So the reason for the post is that I just have to say the Political Commissar Chip is really impressive. Its got a great weight, feel and look to it--really a quality piece. It reminds me of an old silver dollar. Does anyone happen to know what it's made of? I may have to buy it just to have one of my own.



I agree, totally impressive quality. I suspect that this is a traditional poker chip so it would be made of clay.
 
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