Mexican Jumping Chip by Benji “The Ace” Jaimes - Make a chip “jump” from one stack of chips to another.
Twirl Flick by Anders Lundkvist - A variation of the twirl where only half of a twirl is done. The chip is tossed or “flicked” over the hand, across the body, and caught with the opposite hand.
Bounce Back by Anders Lundkvist - Throw a chip up into the air with backspin. Once the poker chip bounces on a soft surface it should bounce back and you can catch it next to the other poker chips.
Drifter by Anders Lundkvist - Slam a chip onto the surface so that it runs forward and the backspin created will bring the chip back to you.
Lift Twirl by Anders Lundkvist - Lift a chip onto the top of the index finger and then do a twirl underneath. When the twirl is completed, lower the chip from the top of the index finger back down next to the other chips.
Top Spin by Anders Lundkvist - Spin a single chip on top of a stack of poker chips. When the chip stops spinning it should be standing on the edge.
Around the Clock by Jiro Yoshikawa - Take a chip all the way around your index finger and flip it back into place.
Phil Ivey Stepup by Dennis Saunders - Pull chips from a stack and restack them with the same hand without the chips ever touching the felt. The poker chip tricks is named after Phil Ivey because he is seen doing the trick quite often.
Pick by Steven Sowinski - Pull (or pick) a chip from the front of a stack up and over to the back.
Lookout by Steven Sowinski - A finger flip variation.
Abduction by Steven Sowinski - Pull a chip from the bottom of a stack to the top.
Finger Roll by Brendon Rawlings - Roll a chip from finger to finger.
The Unwrap and Re-Capture, by Dan Baker, is a poker chip trick where you catch a flying chip in between two other chips.
The Twirl Hop, by Jonjo Glynn, is a combination of the twirl and a chip “hopping” through the air.
The Danish Twirl, by Nikolaj Friis Hansen, is a neat variation of the twirl.
The Swivel Display, by Tom Haze, is a poker chip trick Ive never seen done anywhere else.
The J Factor, by Jared Factley, is a variation of the twirl with the twirling done above the outside chips instead of below them.
This page is specifically for poker chip trick videos submitted by you, the visitors.
If you have a new trick not listed on the site or a variation of one listed that you’d like to submit, shoot a short video (320 x 240 in AVI format if possible) and then contact me. If the video is good quality, I’ll add it here with your name and a link to your site if you have one. I’ll even let you choose the name for your trick or variation.