Tycoon Playing Cards (Black)

9.95 usd

Deck of cards by Theory 11 ($9.95)

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TYCOON
Black Edition
A collaboration with Steve Cohen, "The Millionaires' Magician" at the prestigious Waldorf Astoria in New York.

Black Edition
LUXURY HAS NO LIMITS
Premium, designer playing cards produced in collaboration with Steve Cohen, "The Millionaires' Magician," star of Chamber Magic®, a headline show at the prestigious Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York.

Crisp Intricate Details
FROM BOXES TO BACKS
The legendary Waldorf Astoria, a gathering place for royalty and the ultra-wealthy, demands only the finest for its upscale clientele. Black Edition Tycoons are enclosed within a thick, premium tuck case, shielded in gold foil. Ultra rich black ink gives the card backs an exceptionally crisp visual appeal compared to their red and blue predecessors.

Distinctive Faces
NO DETAIL LEFT UNTOUCHED

Featuring court cards licensed from Fournier in Villareal de Álava, Spain, the Jacks, Queens, and Kings have skin tone faces - joined by an elegant, debonair Joker and Ace of Spades.


Card stock: Regular
Printed by: USPCC
Box seal: Yes
Custom faces: Yes
Includes a blank facer: No
Includes a double-backer: Yes
Includes matching jokers: No


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Super classy Theory11 decks

One thing I love about Theory11 decks: they know how to make classy tuck boxes, and this is no exception! The front and back of the box have tons of gold foil, with intricate details, and embossing. A gold stamp finishes it off beautifully for a fully luxury look. The card backs have an intricate design with a clear main shape - all in simple black - it's a pity that in my deck they are all slightly off-centre. I also like the court cards, which just use black, red and yellow, and have slightly pink skin - creating a different look than normal courts from a Bicycle riderback. Yet the overall look - especially the number cards - is quite standard. Ideal deck to pull out for that poker game or card magic. Great job Theory11!