Bruce Lee Playing Cards

Dec 3, 2013

Category: Living

Poker night just got deep. These Bruce Lee Playing Cards will do that to your ‘guys night in’ or just look damn cool on your shelf of collectibles. The cards are from Dan & Dave and they’re made in conjunction with Bruce Lee Enterprises to honor the legendary martial arts master who would’ve turned 73 last week.

Featuring a yellow and black color scheme throughout the deck, the backs of the cards is where you’ll find the Chinese dragon design which celebrates Lee’s birth. Flip them over and you’ll see a series of philosophical quotes from Lee’s teachings. The Jokers feature two black and white pictures of Bruce Lee in action. The Aces bring in that aforementioned deepness, as they’re left blank to ‘symbolize a free mind.’ Now, can your poker pals can handle all that? [Purchase]

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