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Non-Value Chip

A non-value chip is a casino chip that doesn’t have a pre-determined value. Instead, its value is determined during each individual gambling session.

In the vast majority of cases, the value of a non-value chip will be set based on the buy-in amount (the minimum bet). For example, during a 20-40 no-limit poker game, the non-value chip would be set at $20 USD. 

Due to their flexibility, non-value chips are often used in home-based gambling and smaller gambling venues.

Non-value chip:

  • A casino chip without a pre-determined value.

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