Trademark Poker Dealer Button with Built In Digital Timer (White)
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Keeping Track of the Tournament Blinds just got EASIER!The DB Dealer is a round, high-quality plastic device that is the size of a standard casino dealer button (a little larger than a poker chip). It includes the ability to serve as a dealer button (the chip/button that moves from player to player to indicate which person will enjoy the most advantageous betting position) along with the functionality of a blind timer through a built-in LCD timer.The DB Dealer can be set in five-minute increments up to 95 minutes, so there is no need for anyone at the table to scramble to set and then reset any other alert system.Using the DB Dealer in a tournament setting, players hear an audible alarm at the one-minute blind increase warning, and again to signify the end of the round. At the end of each round, the DB Dealer resets itself to the last setting used until the reset button is pressed. Players can also stop and start the blind timer at any point during the round. When not in use, the DB Dealer automatically shuts off after two hours to conserve its battery.• Large LCD display with 1/2″ tall digits• Tamper proof design• One minute warning• Pause and restart timer• Auto shut-off• Battery included• Packaging designed to fit in chip case card slot• Blind time at your finger tips• Lifetime warranty• Satisfaction guaranteed
- The DB Dealer can be set in five-minute increments up to 95 minutes,
- no need for anyone at the table to scramble to set and then reset any other alert system.
- The DB Dealer is a round, high-quality plastic device that is the size of a standard casino dealer button (a little larger than a poker chip).
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