Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards

9.95 usd

Deck of cards by theory11 ($9.95)

In stock.
Customer rating:

Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards  - magic
Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards

Steve Cohen has carved a name for himself as the "The Millionaires' Magician" after decades of performing for countless dignitaries and celebrities at his exclusive Chamber Magic® show in New York City.

With its elegant environment, strict dress code, prestigious guests—and, of course, world-class magic—Steve has masterfully crafted a luxurious atmosphere that makes his show stand out from the rest. Now, you can capture that same spirit with the Tycoon Playing Cards.

Created in conjunction with theory11, these chic playing cards exude elegance from top to bottom. A completely original Ace of Spades, suave Joker and absolutely stunning customized court cards, which were licensed from Fournier in Villareal de Álava, Spain, are all printed by the USPCC on the finest air-cushioned stock.

These limited edition Tycoon Playing Cards are available in 3 spectacular colors: Green, Ivory and Black. Each one comes enclosed in a beautiful matching tuck case.

We suggest you inspect these playing cards closely upon arrival as there is more than meets the eye. A powerful secret lies within, waiting to be discovered.

Card stock: Regular
Card finish: Air Cushioned
Printed by: USPCC
Box seal: Yes
Custom faces: No


Community questions about Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards

Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.

Ask a question

Customer reviews for Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards



The design is superb, and the Fourier faces are lovely. The paper and finish, on the other hand, don't seem to me superior to your average pack of Rider Backs, but perhaps time will tell a difference in durability, or maybe I'm no proper judge of card quality. Where this deck shows its affinity with its less distinguished USPCC fellows is in the edge cut, which is just as terrible as any pack of Rider Backs. They're rough as a cob. At one time, my understanding was that custom runs were done on USPCC's Q1 press and that a fresh, sharp blade was used for the run. Perhaps they stopped doing that after Jarden bought them; now that they're owned by Cartamundi, maybe it's time to try another run of these and see if they can be better done. Don't get me wrong, they're still beautiful, but I can't tell that the materials are any better than USPCC standard and the edges are rough.

Steve Cohen’s Tycoon Playing Cards by theory11