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TDA Summit IX Gold Sponsor: Faded Spade Playing Cards
« on: February 19, 2019, 02:44:18 PM »
The Poker TDA thanks Faded Spade Playing Cards for their generous support of TDA Summit IX. Faded SpadeŽ is the playing card brand for the modern poker era, providing the highest-quality beautiful and durable cards to leading poker rooms, global tours, local operators, and consumers worldwide. Faded Spade is the preferred card for the World Poker Tour. See Faded Spade in use on PokerGO, Poker After Dark, the Heartland Poker Tour, Fox Sports, the Super High Roller Bowl, NBC Sports, Poker Masters, U.S. Poker Open and many others. Click here to learn more and for poker room card orders.

Faded Spade playing cards have a uniquely fresh and modern design with vibrant face-cards and a custom poker index. The cards are flexible yet strong 100% plastic quality to ensure longevity. Founded in 2017 by company President Tom Wheaton, Faded Spade is a brand built by poker players, for poker players, with continuous feedback from players and operators as to what they are looking for in a great playing card.

Day 1 of Summit IX will conclude with the TDA-Faded Spade Poker Tournament exclusively for Summit attendees. The tournament will be conducted by Aria Poker Boss Sean McCormack and Tournament Director Paul Campbell and feature Faded Spade cards so you can experience the quality for yourself!

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Poker TDA Summit IX is a presentation of Genesis Gaming and Bravo Poker Live, the world leaders in Poker Room and Pit Management Systems. Summit IX is co-presented by Aria Las Vegas, The World Poker Tour, the premier name in televised gaming and entertainment and Faded Spade Playing Cards, the highest-quality playing cards for the modern era. Summit IX is made possible by generous support fromThe Seminole Hard Rock,Game-On CHIPCO, The Heartland Poker Tour, Card Player Cruises and the Women's Poker Association.
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