ooh ooh….i’m behind a day. lazy summer days. piet forton’s popout move is trippy. hard to control atm. get to work….
Name: Wynn Casino (Icon Jumbo Index Brown)
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Originally sold through Theory 11 for 5$ a deck. Can now be found sparingly on eBay for 10-20$ a deck.
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What happens when casinos retired new decks of white bordered cards.
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Its about as good as other white bordered bees. Compared to standard indexed Wynns, they’re at least one step up from below average fanning quality. Its still that diamondback cambric finish stuff. New decks fan well. They keep, … decently well too.
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Nothing over the top. Acceptable.
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White bordered , solid, one color. Cool. Too bad its brown, the color of…crap…
Superflip: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ○ ○
Thank the good hold of the stock. And thickness attributed with Bee playing cards. Just the right amount of flex.
-So I picked up 9 of these through Theory 11. I sold six back on eBay to make up for my costs. Out of the 3 remaining. I killed one. Have one open for use. And one sealed. So. People who are reading this. Playing cards is not a good form of investment. Either use them, keep one for a collection, or sell them so others can use / collect / sell them back. Don’t be greedy and stash them for awhile thinking you’ll make money selling these in years. That’s what a job is for.
-Anyways. As far as the cards go, the stock is good for what Bee puts out. The back design is the neat wynn logo, , , In brown. I don’t know many people who have a favorite color of brown. Want to use wynns? Red and Blue are a lot cheaper, and prettier. Brown is rare? Yea…ok…
Also they only come in jumbo index as far as I know. Why would you want that?