Tactic Games UK Pro Poker Texas Hold’em Set – Tin

September 11, 2019 - Comment

Texas Hold ‘Em poker set in tin. Contents: 60 x 90 cm poker playing surface, 200 social player quality poker chips, 1 dealer button, 1 big blind button, 1 small blind button, 2 decks of casino quality playing cards, poker chip rack, instruction booklet Product Features For the pro poker enthusiast Stylish tin case Includes

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Texas Hold ‘Em poker set in tin. Contents: 60 x 90 cm poker playing surface, 200 social player quality poker chips, 1 dealer button, 1 big blind button, 1 small blind button, 2 decks of casino quality playing cards, poker chip rack, instruction booklet

Product Features

  • For the pro poker enthusiast
  • Stylish tin case
  • Includes instruction booklet
  • Portable

Comments

Anonymous says:

“PRO poker set it’s NOT I had a poker set a few years ago, which got mislaid when moving house, and which I wanted to replace. This one is a poker set, I suppose – “PRO poker” it’s not. The chips are thin plastic – less than half the thickness of the ‘real’ ones I regularly play with in poker tournaments, and they look and feel cheap and nasty. The cards look and feel cheap and nasty. There is a reason why poker cards are made of durable plastic, it’s so that they don’t easily become marked with play…

Anonymous says:

Good for family fun This is a good set, let down by the chips holder. The bottom is brittle and too thin for the purpose. Ours broke immediately so now the chips fall out if it’s not inside the box. Apart from that it’s a good set for a family to have fun. Not for serious players.

Anonymous says:

It all stores away nicely inside the tin for easy storage For the price i have no complaints, it comes with everything you need for a cheeky game of poker with friends. It all stores away nicely inside the tin for easy storage.

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