Necessity is the mother of everything that needs to go into the game, i'm joking but i'm trying to build a game room with alot of games so that I can entertain people. Some of the problem is how to handle money. For example: If I have 5 games and each one costs 1k to play, that's alot of 1k piles of gold that I have to have. Also, I have to manage each table through people and keep track of the players' money. Also, there are prizes, 1,000, 2,000, 3,000, 4,000, 5,000, 10,000 25,000 up to 1 million right now. So, you can see how this becomes a problem. So, what can I do? Well, I could have alot of gold on hand but then that would be a huge hassle because it becomes to difficult to manage. We could create books and then sell the books for x amount of money but then people could just copy the books. We could use a vendor but then again it's kind of overwhelming. So, I was thinking, it would be great if they had poker chips that are connected to a cash box. So, if somebody drops the chip onto the cash box they will receive either a check or gp, depending on the size of the chip. The owner of the house, that has the cash box locked down, could distribute or manage the poker chips that he gives out. So, if he gives out a million dollar poker chip and then the poker chip is dropped back onto the box, it would turn into a million gp check. The poker chips would only work with that cash box, so, I would not be able to take a poker chip from my house and cash it in at someone elses' house. So, the chips would be linked to the cash box. The cash box could be similar to a vendor, where you can put so much gold on it and that would be the value of how many chips could be sold. For example: You place your cash box that is empty, then you put 5 million gold into the cash box, There would be, 5 million in chips available. The chips could be broken down so that it works similar to a cash register, where as, you move certain chips out, certain chips might become unavailable. For example: If there were 500k a 1 million poker chip would not be available.