Zontik Games Time to Zontik the Opposition

[27/01/10] 

Playwright and author W. Somerset Maugham was a man who faced his challenges head on. Having served in WWII, he also spied in Russia for Mother England and travelled the world, chronicling his endeavors. When it came to gambling, there was only one game in town. “Poker's the only game fit for a grown man,” he said. “Then, your hand is against every man's, and every man's is against yours. "

And if you’re going to destroy the man across from you (remember he’s not your friend, he’s your adversary), do it with a classy poker set from Zontik Games, who produce a wide range of board and card games for adults (or really rich kids). There are black gammon, bridge and chess sets, but it’s their poker sets, including this attaché case, inlaid in Dauphin calf, dressed in suede and obviously pilfered from Hugh Hefner’s summer house, that will really grab the attention of arriving opponents. It features 600 professional chips, a leather and nickel Dealer Button, four decks of poker and Black Jack cards and solid brass nickel plated combination locks to help secure your winnings. Even if you can't bluff your way out of a lesbian conference, you'll still be the Caribbean...or perhaps Hong Kong stud.

Look Good. Play Dirty.

Zontik Games
Red Leather set US$565
www.zontikgames.com/gambling/geoffreyparker_pokerattache

Nuts & Bolts
You may not win, but you’ll always be the most stylish at the table.








Related-Articles

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
Prev Next

Indenim

Of all the items in your wardrobe, which would be the first ...

Pull-In Underwear

When it comes to underwear, you need to slow down and make s...

Odegon

UK based company, Odegon, has produced a series of porous ta...

Monocle

So you like knowing what’s going on? You’re a man of the wor...

Equmen

In a weight-conscious society such as Hong Kong, looking fit...

Zontik Games

Playwright and author W. Somerset Maugham was a man who face...

Dunhill Spring-Summer 2010

Twenty-four hours can seem like a moment, a flash of the eye...

The Gurus Shop

We’ve all heard of stories of trapped genies in old brass la...

Movember 2013

With the hectic, 24-7 pace we lead, it’s a good thing when w...