Originally Posted by phydaux
Where does blue fit in?
Originally Posted by pfapfap
Blue is usually 10.
10's aren't a common chip, except in poker rooms. It is used as the color of signs in casinos - to denote a $10 table though. Especially now that the signs are electronic, generally it has some LED lights and an LCD display. They change the LCD to $5 and the LED to red; then at night when the casino is busy, the LCD goes to $10 and the LED switches to blue.
Blue is most likely the second most common color for white chips. I've got piles of casino chips, and while white is the overwhelming choice for $1 chips -- but blue is a close second. Binions are blue, off the top of my head, but many other casinos use it too.
Yellows and pinks and blues get used quite commonly for other low dollar chips, $2's, $3's, $2.50 chips on blackjack tables even...
That's high confidence.
Your white $1's are the next most used, followed by pink-ish $500 chips, I'd say.