There is quite a bit of time that goes into creating these foam core inserts so I am pretty picky about the games I make them for. I try to target 2 types of games:
- Games with big organization problems and long setup and teardown times.
- Games I will play often.
In the first case, a foam core insert will actually encourage me to play the game since I won’t have to deal with as much time setting up and tearing down the game. In the second case, it’s nice to have a good storage solution that will be used often and make setting the game up easier.
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This insert provided me a challenge in that I had a lot of empty space to fill to make everything fit to the top of the box. I also wanted to replace the paper money with poker chips (I used some from this bigger set) in a chip tray (I used this one). In the end, I am very pleased with the results. Setup is simple and it stores great. Let me know what you think!
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