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Dealt well. I think the smaller size of the DV decks may have had something to do with that. Thickness and flexibility seem just right to promote great shuffling. Texture just right. Comes in a plastic case. An economical choice for an informal poker game. I would recommend Copag or Kem playing cards. The best playing card maker is the one which makes me the most money. July 19th, , PM. Larger cards with larger pips so that the older players can easily read their hands and the board. My favourite are Copag with Fournier in a close second. July 20th, , AM. Join Date: Mar Samuel Kollapso. Certain cards are for Euchre with unused cards sit aside. July 23rd, , AM. In principle, I do not care about the brand of playing cards, the main thing is that the cards were plastic and do not wear out for a long time. Ah, but they have a strong odor like burnt insulation that seems to weaken over time and action.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Best Playing Cards. Join Date: Oct There are people who like plastic cards, but I'm an old school, and ordinary cardboard warms my heart. August 29th, , AM. Tended to stick together after several hours of play. Heavier texture than Copag. Join Date: Nov I have two decks of Jack Daniel Old 7 cards that are the best. Join Date: Jun Originally Posted by TheNutz4You. There are better cards out there but I have always used the Bicycle brand and they hold up really well. This is a discussion on Best Playing Cards within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; What's everyone's opinion on who makes the best playing cards? July 20th, , PM. I like Copag. Don't know who made them though. Originally Posted by FlopYourNuts. A casino standard just ask Phil Ivey. July 21st, , AM. Bought a pack of Bicycle from Price Club 20 years ago and still have a few unopened ones. Yep, I've used Copags at work for over 10 years, and the print etc. Join Date: Jan Do not buy any set of cards that are 'normal' or 'magic trick' cards. I grew up in the 50s playing with Bicycle cards I still use them at home. Join Date: Apr What's everyone's opinion on who makes the best playing cards? It's not really noticeable unless you hold them up to the light. Copag is my favorite brand,Today we have many varieties of very good brands in the market. But, they were well past the point where they would be used in a game, and it was probably related to sitting in a hot garage for months. Updated Feb Here are some of the suggestions from members: Copag - Recommended by most players! I suppose it could happen to any. July 21st, , PM. Join Date: Sep July 18th, , AM. Easiest to shuffle. When my friends are going to play we do not need expensive cards for the game, we just take not expensive cards of decks for a replacement, why buy expensive ones? When I went to find a set for my son so I didn't have to worry about him taking them to school and losing them , the border on the face cards had faded and almost bled through the back of the deck. Remember Me? Most difficult to get a good shuffle, and too stiff and thick IMO. Join Date: Aug Join Date: Dec I currently have 4 decks in rotation. Join Date: May Best cards are made in Belgium i think. If we are playing for money, I like to use a new set. July 22nd, , PM. I will say that a couple of my older copags haven't handled their age so well. July 31st, , PM. Originally Posted by OzExorcist. IF it is not the best, it is among the best. July 17th, , PM. Originally Posted by RidersFan. If it is a good card, anything for me is ok. I've found it's more so from repeated use rather than time and generally I've found that by the time they've started to fade, they're probably not shuffling too well either and it's time to replace them anyway. And they are good for everything. I think floor plastic cards more suited to the game. Who makes the best and what is a general price to have in a good set of cards. Normal cards are stiff difficult to bend-shuffle and not destroy as well as unwaxed so sliding the cards to players across the felt won't work properly unless you are very, very good at aiming. July 23rd, , PM. Join Date: Jul I think that bicycle cards are the best kind of cards and i got a 4 pack so that they will last a while and each pack is durable. I rly like to use any plastic cards. Handling is sometimes challenging. Originally Posted by vinnie. On the lower end you can get Bicycle cards, they are very good for their price. Rational Madman. Join Date: Feb My local poker club has been using Modiano Cristallo cards for years now. No matter which firm-producer. The waxing is to make bend-shuffling etc not creases or damage them at all as well as enable easy gliding across felt. I really don't care so much about that. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Up your game with free cardschat membership. I want a set or two of really good, firm cards to use for home games when a couple friends get together and play. I converted to plastic cards only 4 months ago, and bought sets of Ritz, Da Vinci Harmony [bridge size], and Copag After a lot of shuffling and dealing, and around 30 hours of poker, I submit the following information for your discernment. Bicycle are really good and cheap - somewhere around 5 dollars. Forgot Password? Handling and dealing on par with the DVs. Magic trick cards are the complete opposite of poker cards; they are built with specifically grippable cardboard on the back to enable easy grip with slight touch of fingers for sleigh of hand tricks and actually these are the decks used for cheat-shuffling in poker but real proper poker decks have very slippery wax-covered PLASTIC cards they are plastic layered on either side and card on the inside of the transparent protective layers. The brightest and most glare of all, no texture at all. They come in 8 different deck colors.