The modern poker cards and chips may vary in price and, what is natural, in quality. The quality poker stuff, in spite of the fact far not all may afford it buying and using, is in a good demand. This fact is easy to explain because the number of poker players is always bigger than those, who play poker with real cards and chips, sitting at the real table of real casinos. The popularity is the king, and poker is too popular around the world. Virtually, any gift shop or supermarket may offer a poker set for a few bucks, or, if the place is known among poker buffs, much more expensive – the real devotees do not think of money much, indeed.
The retailing business as well as e-shops sell a great amount of sets, decorations, flyers and teaching materials every year. Of course, all of this could not happen without enormous support from the gambling industry, but it is not the only source of inspiration for such high sells. Another good companion to retailers is catering and holiday businesses, which are direct consumers of such things. Everyone may remember a party or birthday when they played some poker, not for money of course, but for fun; and the actual number of occasions may be quite big, really. Taking the said above into account it is possible to see that any popular thing, not just poker like in this case, may become a source of income for many other businesses.