Custom Choc Chips hit the sanghoki tables!
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Custom Choc Chips hit the sanghoki tables!

Specialty chocolatier, Images in Chocolate have released the first custom imprinted chocolate sanghoki chips.

Casinos, hotels, and Las Vegas trade show exhibitors among others, can increase their corporate brand awareness using these 1-1/2″ diameter, 100% Belgian chocolate promotional items.

“Until now, there have been generic chocolate casino chips in the market but never one that could be custom imprinted for promotional use,” said Tim Dugan, company CEO. “Not only can our new chocolate casino chips be custom branded, they are the first to use 100% Belgian chocolate and also feature a much more authentic casino chip design than available before.”

A popular method of customizing these chips is to use a corporate logo on one side and imprint a variety of dollar denomination on the second side, replicating an actual casino chip.

Im thinking a few of these for the regular home game could go down a treat! But then again I do have quite a sweet tooth.

NBA All Stars get their poker on.

With the NBA rolling into town for its annual All Star game, you just knew there would be plenty of poker action.

Trent Tucker was again one of the first to get involved, having already ran a successful charity poker event earlier in the year, in which Michael Jordan won.

This time around Hard Rock Casino was the location and a slew of basketball stars signed up to compete in the $10,000 buy-in Trent Tucker Hoopology pokerfest. The event attracted nearly 90 participants, created an estimated $900,000 prize pool benefiting the Trent Tucker Youth Program.

The contest carries forward a trend for celebrities to be involved in high profile poker tournaments to attract media attention.

With names like Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, BJ Armstrong, and a slew of former NBA greats, including the host Trent Tucker himself, the event should attracted all the attention required as well as providing some great entertainment.

Many top poker players were involved, too including Patrik Antonius, Liz Lieu, Marcel Luske, Hoyt Corkins, Robert Williamson III, Gus Hansen, the 2006 Card Player Player of the Year, Michael Mizrachi as well as Industry VIPs including Bellagio’s poker room director Doug Dalton, Card Player Cruises’ Linda Johnson, and the World Poker Tour’s own Mike Sexton.

They played late into the night for the first-place prize of a one-year exclusive pass to the VIP Sterling Club and Spa. After a series of all-ins, Robert Williamson III, came out victorious.

Proceeds from the event will accrue to the Trent Tucker Non Profit Organisation.