Arrco playing cards were first printed by the Arrco Playing Card Company in Chicago, Illinois (named Arrow Playing Card Company 1920s-35). The company was acquired by the USPCC in 1987.

Arrco US Regulation

The US Regulation deck is Arrco's standard. They have later been reprinted in a white version.

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Arrco Tahoe Reprints

These reprints of Arrco Tahoes were produced by Dealing Deuces, an online store/community for magic. They are printed on Aristocrat stock with an Air Cushion finish, and in quantities of 2500 sets of the Black and White editions. Red and Blue versions are expected sometime in the future. They are traditionally cut and have all standard Arrco faces, including the Ace of Spades and the 2 Jokers. The Black edition comes with a blank faced gaff card and a double backed gaff card, while the White edition comes with 2 double backed gaff cards (one of which has one black side).

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