Game of Death
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Game of Death
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$12.00
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Commemorating Chinese culture in observance of the lunar new year, Fulton's Chinatown Playing Cards were inspired by the red envelope tradition and honor The Year of The Dragon, 2012. They're the luckiest deck you'll ever use.

This special Game of Death edition of Fulton's Chinatown Playing Cards honor Bruce Lee, a cultural icon and hero of martial arts. Even though his teachings went against tradition, he believed in himself and changed the art forever. His wisdom continues to inspire new generations of athletes, artists, entrepreneurs and professionals in all fields and forms. It is an honor to attribute such a great man with this deck of cards.

As a child, Brad Fulton eagerly awaited the coming of Chinese New Year, a holiday where his Aunt Kareen and Uncle Dennis would present a beautiful bright red and gold envelope filled with lucky money. To commemorate those happy feelings and bring luck to you all, we present Fulton's Chinatown Playing Cards.

"Chinatown Los Angeles holds a special place historically and personally. It has always evoked and cultivated an aura of magic, mystery, and vibrant energy. With this deck I pay respect to a holiday and location associated with good luck and endless possibilities."

- Brad Fulton

Commemorating Chinese culture in observance of the lunar new year, Fulton's Chinatown Playing Cards were inspired by the red envelope tradition and honor The Year of The Dragon, 2012. They're the luckiest deck you'll ever use.

This special Game of Death edition of Fulton's Chinatown Playing Cards honor Bruce Lee, a cultural icon and hero of martial arts. Even though his teachings went against tradition, he believed in himself and changed the art forever. His wisdom continues to inspire new generations of athletes, artists, entrepreneurs and professionals in all fields and forms. It is an honor to attribute such a great man with this deck of cards.

As a child, Brad Fulton eagerly awaited the coming of Chinese New Year, a holiday where his Aunt Kareen and Uncle Dennis would present a beautiful bright red and gold envelope filled with lucky money. To commemorate those happy feelings and bring luck to you all, we present Fulton's Chinatown Playing Cards.

"Chinatown Los Angeles holds a special place historically and personally. It has always evoked and cultivated an aura of magic, mystery, and vibrant energy. With this deck I pay respect to a holiday and location associated with good luck and endless possibilities."

- Brad Fulton