Gold Rush Poker Chips


Gold Rush Poker Chips are available in 12 denominations and will fit into a game of any stakes. Select your colors and then add a chip case, poker buttons or playing cards to complete your set. You're ready for poker night! Please order in increments of 25. Trixie gambling tower dog toy. Gold Rush Clay Poker Chips are 13.5 Grams in weight with eye-catching laser graphics, these 13.5 Gram 'Gold Rush' poker chips are a great addition to any poker game. Packaged in sleeves of 25 chips. The Gold Rush inlay is set upon the Clay smith Gaming Greek Key molded poker chip. The Gold Rush has twelve thin stripes in bunches of three for its edge markings. The layout of this poker chip is similar to historic Golden Nugget Casino chips. The Gold Rush 13.5 Gram Clay Poker Chips are high-quality chips that feature a 'Greek Key' style mold strike on each chip. Weighing 13.5 grams apiece, these chips are available in a variety of colors and denominations, and feature 12 thin stripes as edge markings, as well as the fictitious Gold Rush Casino logo on its face.

Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5,
192 pages.
ISBN: 9780930588885.


These fifteen stories bring the California Gold Rush to life with their boisterous assemblage of rough-clad miners, pistol-packing preachers, iron-willed women, and philosophical gamblers. Theirs was an unpredictable world, filled with gold strikes and freak tragedies, when the wisdom of the gambler sometimes counted for more than that of the preacher.

A master storyteller, Harte weaves tales that seem to come directly from the campfire, where the spinning of yarns and swapping of lies were the highest form of entertainment.

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Francis Bret Harte (August 25, 1836 – May 5, 1902) was an American author and poet, best remembered for his short fiction featuring the California Gold Rush. In a career spanning more than four decades, he wrote poetry, plays, lectures, book reviews, editorials, and magazine sketches in addition to fiction. His first collection of stories was published in 1867, and the following year he contributed “The Luck of Roaring Camp” to the Overland Monthly. The first western writer to become popular on an international scale, his writings helped shape the world’s perception of the Old West.