The Silver printing of this deck almost seems to enhance the high quality, Linoid finish, making these Tally-Ho playing cards a dream to handle among flourishers and card magicians alike.
Only 2000 Limited Edition Silver Tally-Ho decks were printed. Don’t wait to get this amazing deck!
– Standard Index
– Standard Face
– Highest quality playing
– Durable Linoid finish
- Includes two double backers.
**all silver, no differentiation for red and black suits**
Funded as a Kickstarter project on April 10, 2014 with $116,525 pledged, this was a set of two decks (Continental & The Crown) in three variations (Standard, Limited, Display) for a total of 6 decks. Designed by Jackson Robinson through Kings Wild Project, this deck features the theme of the United States struggle for independence against Britan. This PCDB Entry is for the Continental deck. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1722808047/the-independence-playing-cards-inspired-by-the-rev The Independence decks also won the Best Ace of Spades award from UnitedCardists 2014 Deck of the Year http://unitedcardists.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=6448
Besides having the tuck saying printed in Ohio or Kentucky, the bottom of the tuck of the Ohio decks has the Tally Ho Poker 9 trademark with no additional text while the Kentucky deck has a long copyright text . Finally the seal on the Ohio decks is blue and on the Kentucky decks it is black
The Crystal Casino was the first permanent government-owned casino in the Western Hemisphere. It opened in 1990 on the seventh floor of Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and was run by the Manitoba Lottery Foundation. Two new gaming centers, the McPhillips Street Station and the Regent Station, were opened in 1993 to replace Crystal's bingo halls. It was closed on May 22, 1997, with the two other Winnipeg casinos absorbing its operations.