If you love poker and have a few extra millions in the bank account that you want to spend on luxurious stuff, then Geoffrey Parker, a London-based maker of the finest games, has something for you! They have created a poker set that costs 7.5 million dollars to buy. The set includes 384 chips in 18-karat white gold, all done in stingray skin on both sides.
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Joined: Apr '09
Age: 40 (M)
I can see my drunk friends throwing this chips away to the table like if they were crap, in a way to show they dont care about the amount of chips they are puting in the game, and watching them falling on the ground, with the little stones separating from them and being spread on the flour. And, in the end, one of my friends would be very nice to win the €20 first prize from the game Unfortunately, 350 chips aren't enough to 8 players game, so i think i will pass this one!
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 31 (M)
Now thats sick! Still imagine that one of those chips fall of the table i bet all the precious diamonds encrusted will fall apart. Of course this is a beauty poker set, no one who will buy one will ever use it for sure, there are a lot of rich people in the world of course but i think almost 8 millions dollars just for a poker set is a lot for them too. Still i think the buyers of this exclusive poker set will be top casions all over the world, in Las Vegas or even Macau. I think Aria in Las Vegas should take a set too and expose it in the Ivey Room at the top floor of the casino, that would be really cool. Other possible buyers are of course people from the wealthy arab worlds.
Woot, it would be sick to spend 8 millions for poker set :o. I think only casinos could do that, I mean even if you have 1 billion why would you have such a set I would like to buy something also great, but way cheaper and save rest of money for something worth it I know that rich people are buying a lot of things just to have them, but that would be just sick
Joined: Nov '09
Age: 50 (M)
What a crazy amount of money to spend on a poker set. What is even crazier is that for some people this isn't actually THAT big of an amount. I think for now I'll content myself with my $20 set made in China!