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You Do Not Want To Cash In These $150,000 Poker Chips

Sweden, you land of magnificent blonde bastards. The Meteorite Set, a set of $150,000 poker chips designed from an 800,000-year-old iron meteorite, more than lives up to its name by being the most baller way to show off your nauseating wealth. Encrusted in diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and gold, these chips are even packaged in a luxurious case with reindeer suede lining and 18-karat white gold hinges and locks.

Never before has this amount of history (and dead animals) been thrown together for the gambling-prone man. The meteorite fragments come from the region of Muonionalusta, Lapland, Sweden and date back to a time before civilization, democracy, and the iPhone.

120 calibrated meteor slices were cut and fashioned into these chips. These are definitely some poker chips you do not want to cash in. 


Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and his favorite game is the one where you bet all your money on a color and win if that thing lands on said color.