Information about the BMC Casino Series of pool cues. Find information about valuation of BMC Casino Series Pool Cues, and get model number info on BMC Casino Series cues, etc., including a listing of all models under the BMC Casino Series line of pool cues which can be used to research or identify a BMC Casino Series pool cue.
Line Full Name: BMC Casino Series Pool Cues by Bob Meucci Custom Cues
Common Abbreviation: BMC "Casino" Line
BMC Casino Series Production Date(s): BMC Casino Series Pool Cues were first made around 2009-03-01 and they are still being made today. (More specific production dates may be available for each cue within the Casino Series line which may be found in the links below.)
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The BMC cues "Casino" line is one of the most popular BMC cues series to ever be released, with around 20 different models and variations.
To come up with this line of cues, Bob essentially took the ever-popular Meucci Gambler cues and made them a bit more "upscale" by adding a bunch of paua shell and silver inlays, as well as adding the BMC logo, Bob's signature, and a date or serial number.
Bob Meucci is almost never consistent when hand-dating and/or numbering his cues. Within a given run of the same model, he sometimes puts just the date, sometimes just the number, and sometimes does both, or neither, and the BMC Casino line is no exception. If a customer doesn't want a date or number, it gets left off.
Most of the BMC Casino cue models were available in both "Hearts" and "Spades" models. Additionally, BMC cues made "Joker" models of the BMC Casino 3, Casino 5, Casino 6, and Casino 7 cues for sale exclusively through their retail arm, Budget Billiards.
Also, "bizzaro reverse" versions of the BMC Casino 1 cues (hearts and spades) were made for exclusive sale through Cue & Barrel out of Auburn, Kentucky. Not as many of these were made. See above for links to those.
The BMC Casino cues were made in limited quantities as most BMC cues are. As of 2018, these are the published production quantities for each of the BMC casino cues in the line:
Casino 1 Reverse Hearts - Limited to at least 6 cues
Casino 1 Reverse Spades - Limited to at least 6 cues
Casino 1 Hearts - Limited to 100 cues
Casino 1 Spades - Limited to 100 cues
Casino 2 Hearts - Limited to 100 cues
Casino 2 Spades - Limited to 100 cues
Casino 3 Hearts - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 3 Spades - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 3 Joker - Limited to 100 cues
Casino 4 Hearts - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 4 Spades - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 5 Spades - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 5 Joker - Originally, 100 were to be produced, but this number was cut to only 5, due to "production issues".
Casino 6 Hearts - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 6 Spades - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 6 Joker - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 7 Spades - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 7 Joker - Limited to 250 cues
Casino 8 Spades - Limited to 250 cues
Info on BMC Casino Series Pool Cues from Bob Meucci Cues
The new BMC Casino series showcases great design elements that stem from the original Meucci Gambler series. It also has lots of bling which invokes the same feeling of ambiance found inside of a modern casino.
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