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A better poker night starts with the cards you deal. Between the vintage-inspired plaid design, and replacing the classic joker card with an illustrated Buck, these U.S. Regulation playing cards feel like a relic from a lakeside Wisconsin lodge. Each of the decks, which come in “Striking Arizona Red” and “Casual California Blue,” is stacked with a few extras, including a recipe for the world's oldest known cocktail, the Sazerac. The opening flap of each handsome leatherette box challenges players with the words, “bad luck is bad play.”
I got these cards for my husband. The package ripped a little when we opened it, it is a little flimsy. However it has not ripped since and we have had these for about a year. The cards are great quality and easy to play with. They do not stick together and are easy to shuffle and deal. Over all a good product.
Got these for my boyfriend's birthday and he absolutely loved them. There is a drink recipe inside and the box is classy…perfect for a guys card night!
I bought these playing cards for a stocking stuffer for my husband and they were just what i was expecting. Good quality and very masculine print.
This is a fantastic set of cards. They're durable and stand up well to a lot of rounds of play and the design--on both sides of the card--is pleasantly masculine. These are the best cards I've ever owned.
My husband loved them and has them packed for deer camp. They are nice quality and make a great gift.
Made in the USA, need I say more. Solid look and feel. I very much enjoy playing cards with my buddies and yet feeling confident in a well made deck of cards.
Very nice playing cards. They slide great. My boyfriend really liked them when I gave them to him as a gift. Would recommend for a gift.
They're playing cards. They look pretty good, but beyond that, they're nothing special. I'd give an extra point if they were coated, but they aren't, and they probably won't last much longer.
These are cards that are far from flimsy. They seem to be made from high quality card stock and look like they'd endure a few drops of spirits during a heated poker match.
I purchased these cards as a gift for my husband (David) to give to his friend, Dan. Unfortunately, the cards do not have the name of the company on them. In fact, they're prety boring and plain.