Royal Poker Eyewear


There is a reason why the term poker face means never letting your facial expression betray you, and a pair of poker eyewear will go a long way in helping you maintain such a look.

Royal Poker Eyewear just raised the stakes with the launch of a new line of revolutionary state-of-the-art poker glasses, giving poker players a superior way to shield their eyes from opponents, without sacrificing vision and styleSun Wearing mirrored poker sunglasses puts opponents at a disadvantage, making it difficult for them to read your eyes and pick-up any give away “tells.” Until now, many so-called poker glasses were nothing more than re-packaged sunglasses with dark lenses that are not conducive to clubs, casinos, and dimly lit card rooms. Designed for both high rollers and amateur poker players, Royal Poker Eyewear’s new premium lenses are clear and maximize light enabling players to see their cards clearly. The secret behind Royal Poker Eyewear’s premium lenses is the dual dielectric anti-reflective film coating which shields up to 98% of vision in and enhances vision out by allowing maximum light transmission in low light conditions. This special mirrored coating provides a distinct advantage, allowing you to read other players and gather information secretly without giving away anything in return.

Sounds as though every professional poker player ought to rush out and get a pair like this if they want to increase their chances of winning at the table!

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5 reviews or comments

Billy Williams Says: February 9, 2009 at 4:00 pm

These glasses rule!

john Says: February 26, 2009 at 9:51 am

where not that good u can still see eyes clear as day throught them – pointless wearing them

john Says: February 26, 2009 at 9:52 am

there not that good u can still see eyes clear as day throught them – pointless wearing them

koka Says: February 18, 2011 at 2:59 am

u can see eyes ….

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