THE TOP 5 GIFTS FOR GAME LOVERS.
Game lovers are enthusiast who play, love or interact personally in one way or another in games. They are commonly referred to as gamers. Although the word gamer is mostly used for video game players and enthusiast it can also be used to refer to players of various forms of games/physical games. There are many gamer communities around the globe where they hold discussions.
The gifts or ideas of gifts to give to a gamer are many but are limited to the kind of game one is interested or hooked to. Some gamers love poker, golf, basketball, and football/soccer and gaming memory.
Some of the gifts include
24 KARAT GOLD DIPPED POKER CARDS
Poker is gambling through cards, it spread from 1829 where Joseph Cowell an English actor claimed the game was first played using 20 cards. In the modern day the 52 card deck is used. There are tournaments all around the world that serve in creating competition and value for the game like the European poker Tour and the world Poker tour.
The gold poker cards are playable with the deck having been produced to tournament standards, mostly used in high end casinos well packed in a cherry wood quality case. It’s a great gift for any poker lover in terms of class and they only retail at $59
A 24 KARAT GOLD DIPPED GOLF BALL AND TEE BALL SET.
Golf isn’t played on a standard course. It’s a sport where players use a club to hit the ball on a course into some holes mostly 18 in the fewest number of strokes. Modern golf is dated back to the early 15th century with the origin of the game being undated. There have been many advancements through the ages with Golf tournaments coming up the US Open, Australian opens and many more. The game sure has some lovers and a gold golf ball as a gift is as sure to make anyone’s day. The golf ball are packed in a trophy case that can be kept anywhere on a display cabinet or a trophy shelf. Its genuine ball dipped in pure gold karats. Goes for $89
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