"Studking" playing cards

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Watching an old poker show from the UK and the ace is called 'Studking". A quick Google search and these are described as Fournier, but they aren't listed on their site.

Any ideas?

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Interesting....

Don't have a clue but that really doesn't look like any Fournier Ace style I've seen. It looks more like a Royal Ace style than anything else.
 
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A friend had a setup of these cards we used about 4 years ago, I thought they were decent, so for fun I did an internet search. They used to have a website at one time, I think it was stud-king.com or something similar. Even then the website order button was a broken link. I have Chinese made Poker Stars cards that have this same design ace. I actually bought them on ebay because of the ace design, I figured they were made by Stud King. They are also old, even have an outdated Poker Stars logo. I could take a pic of them tonight. I suspect that Stud King cards were Chinese made and are no longer in existence.
 
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Last copyright is 2016 on that site. But ad is talkign about Cyber Monday 2017 might be worth a chance, go for it. Definitely advertised as Fournier. And definitely never seen them before.
 

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With shipping, it comes to $18.27 for a single red-backed deck or $31.59 for two decks (both red). Credit card, Paypal, or check/money order payment options. Can also order by phone: 800-880-2592

Too pricey, poker-size, and only one color.
 
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