Being able to easily count how much money your opponents have from across the table is important in some games.
Some poker chips, like our GameChips, use a method known as Progressive Edge Spots, to make it easier to identify the value of a chip from across the table.
In addition to using one or more colors, progressive edge spots are usually a pattern that becomes more complex. In the example below, the low value chips using a single color edge spot design. For each digit of the denomination, an additional stripe or color is added. Therefore, the more colors\stripes that make up the edge spot, the higher the value.
The example below illustrates how this works.