Hi Ricky ~
Besides some serious design problems with the site, Google has crawled
your site and you are listed in its index.
If you enter your domain name, www.all-chips.com in Google's search
box, you get the following results:
"All-Chips.com: Casino Chips: Location Listing
Las Vegas, Specializing in Obsolete Atlantic City
Casino Chips. Thanks for visiting my Web Site.
Click on any of the Chips to see ...
Google can show you the following information for this URL:
* Show Google's cache of www.all-chips.com
* Find web pages that are similar to www.all-chips.com
* Find web pages that link to www.all-chips.com
* Find web pages that contain the term "www.all-chips.com""
Here's the link to Google's search results:
If you're talking about a listing within Google's Directory, you can
submit your site to the Open Directory, (DMOZ.ORG) perhaps in the
- Recreation >> Collecting >> Themes >> Gambling
and click up near the top under "suggest URL"
There is no editor for that category, so it may take some time to be
included in DMOZ.ORG, but that is currently the source for inclusion
in Google's directory (as opposed to it's search engine).
Before you submit your site, you might want to brush up on how to
design your site to aid in placement.
I am including informative links from Google's site. This information
will help you understand Google's goals and responsibility to the web
searcher (and not the webmaster or site owner).
It is incumbent upon you, the webmaster or the website owner, to
ensure your site meets these basics if you want your site listed.
Webmasters who do follow the guidelines and avoid Google's "Thou shalt
nots" usually have no problem getting listed and showing up under the
search terms they desire.
* Google Today (absolutely the best information you
can read about the "how and why" of Google's results
* How Do I Get My Site Listed on Google?
* My Web Pages Are Not Currently Listed (a good 'primer'
on how and why Google works so well)
* PageRank Information (covers both Google's PageRank and
* Webmaster Guidelines (contains both the dos and don'ts)
* Google Facts & Fiction (can you buy your way to a
high ranking in Google?)
* Search Engine Optimizers (some good advice on what to look
for if you're going to hire a Search Engine Optimizer)
* Frequently Asked Questions (pretty much what it says, but
definitely worth wading through)
* Remove Content from Google's Index (just in case you feel
a burning need to start all over again)
If web design is not really your forte, you might want to consult with
a designer who can help you with getting the basics in there in order
to ensure you've got a good chance of being seen in all the browsers
in use and being indexed by the search engines.
If you prefer to ask a Google Answers Researcher to help with your
design, you might want to take a look at Google's pricing guidelines,
and price your question accordingly.
Either way, a combination of relevant content, links to your site and
good, basic HTML will go a long way in helping visitors find your site
in Google and other search engines and directories.
Best of luck to you,
Google Answers Researcher