This is an attractive piece of Las Vegas and gambling history that will impress everyone at your game. It will spark conversation and get everyone ready to play.
The World Series of Poker in 1976 was won by Doyle Brunson with the hand that now bears his name; the ten and two suited. While he admits he normally wouldn't play this hand and it is considered a weak hand by an standard he actually won the series two years in a row with a ten and two. This is probably the most historic and fabled hand in poker next to Wild Bill Hickok's aces and eights (the dead man's hand).
This display shows both hands and all the cards to the river including a card back of the WSOP and a Binion's Horseshoe Casino chip where the famous tournament was held.
It's perfect for your poker room, game room, or even an office.
If you are looking for that perfect gift for the guy or gal who was everything this is it. An amazing and unique display.
Complete and ready to hang,
Black Aluminum Contract frame 16" x 20"
This item is hand assembled and packaged in the United States on demand.