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The cards shuffle really well, they stick a bit, but I see that resolving with use. The quality is pretty good, too. G. Guilherme. about 4 months ago. arrived ahead of.


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Posted October, I don't like the four color decks. JPG Bud H. The clubs were green and the diamond were orange The Jacks were labelled with B's and the Queens with D's. Revokes plague our club and I am looking at these cards at the Baron Barclay site and wonder if they would help with the problem, and if the players would accept and like them. Posted October, huh you had a 6?? Posted October, I was researching four-color decks about five years ago. I think the WBF has switched back to normal packs nowadays. Posted October, I absolutely hate the "clubs are grey and diamonds are orange" decks, but one club up here uses them and is committed to using them for a long time - they bought hundreds of barcoded decks printed that way for their duplimate machine and their members have been forced to accept them. Posted October, gwnn, on Oct 13 , AM, said: huh you had a 6??{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I didn't much care one way or t'other, though it was a little strange. I agree there are lots of causes for revoking. I will admit they dont actually cause me to revoke or misbid, just annoy me. Now that caused some suits to get mixed There were no revokes but quite a few bidding accidents. Bidding boxes where I am use blue, red, orange and green - I'd prefer that if you're going to use different colours. When it comes down to it the main cause might be just not paying attention and different colored cards may not help enough to warrant making the change. There's a bit of difference between the gray and black, but imo the difference between the orange and the red is too small. I don't think everyone reacted favorably, but my memory seems to be faulty right now, so who knows? Posted October, I don't mind the grey clubs and orange diamonds personally - though I think that if they're going to do it, there would be more merit in making them properly different. Imo revokes don't happen because you miss in the colour, but because you're not paying attention. Posted October, In my local with loads of old people, when they switched to 5 colored suits in teh bidding boxes, all that came was complaints. Posted October, Community Forum Software by IP. Online poker sites often offer the option of having the suits in different colours - the better to distinguish flushes. Thanks, Jo Anne. It was easy to "see" that a black ace with swirly figures in the center is a "club when in fact it was a spade with two spade suit symbols embracing eath other. The four colours - black, off-black, red and orange I think - had nothing helpful about them, relative to normal packs, in my opinion. Do you mean that many people revoke and are upset at themselves and you're trying to help them, or that there are a few people that revoke constantly, and they annoy everyone else at the club, and you are trying to solve that problem? Posted October, Personally, I have more trouble with the decks that have spades and clubs both black, but the clubs are faded so kinda gray than with normal decks. Dark blue spades Red hearts Diamonds orange Clubs green Carta Mundi made Spectrum "no revoke" cards with these same colors and indices in all four corners. It DOES make sure that I never get hearts and diamonds mixed up, though my mind doesn't mix red and orange together. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Jump to content. Posted October, hrothgar, on Oct 11 , PM, said: My grandmother had a lot of "old school" German decks of cards. But the people complain because they are not waht they are used to. The large majority of revokes in my club are in your "doesnt know what is led" category too - the classic case is a lead, a pitch, another pitch of the same suit by third hand, and fourth hand is out of the pitched suit but not the led suit. I like it - I am not sure what proprtion of their customers use the feature. I also tend to doubt that this would prevent most revokes. Second-largest chunk is hidden card. I've never missorted yet! We played a deck where there were blue and black spades, gray and green clubs and I think diamonds came in two colors too. Elianna, in a table game, which we are unfortunately having right now, I might get two revokes per session, which I think is excessive, and which I think gives away too many penalty tricks, especially when I look at the travelers. The best decks, which I cannot find these days, is using the colors that match the bidding box colors exactly. I don't remember anyone revoking. And different colors is not going to stop people from doing either of these. I have normal eyesight myself but I do find them helpful. It's basically my fault, because the cards trick me into complacency, and my mind treats the clubs like washed out spades. Most of the club-players liked them or were indifferent to the change. But they stopped making them about ten years ago. If your solution completely solved the first problem, I would say you should go for it, because at least it minimizes revokes, but as I mentioned, for me at least, it makes me MORE likely to mix the black suits together. Not criticizing either one, just curious. Board 3. I thought they were awful - the ace of spades and ace of clubs looked almost identical. The "spades blue clubs green and diamonds orange" decks I have only seen on internet poker sites, not in a live game of poker or bridge. From when I direct, most revokes tend to happen pretty equally between: suits mixed together card hidden behind another card card lost on the ground card lost in some other way left in board, played to a trick, etc Revoker does not know what suit was led In my experience, at our club, it's the last one that causes the most revokes, with a hidden card second-most. Posted October, Just be certain to never mix them up. Posted October, Have used them for family get2gether bridge where some people have bad eye sight and they were very happy with them. Posted October, Has anyone played with the card decks that use a different color for each suit? Posted October, My grandmother had a lot of "old school" German decks of cards. Prefer red and black. I'm also rather curious about what you mean by "revokes plague your club"? Posted October, When I played with 4-colour decks, I mis-sorted my hand less often. Perhaps it would be better to use green and blue, but for many people this would be very strange. The decks in Philly were 4-color, plus the design of the single suit symbol on the aces was confusing. Using different decks with slightly different colours won't help I'm afraid. I can't remember the last time I revoked - but I guess it is only a matter of time using a regular deck. Posted October, I find the colours in these decks not so helpful. Posted October, I seem to remember having played with them once or twice. Posted October, I certainly appreciate the comments.