back to Monday. last week of tutoring this summer for me. uhm,,I’m doing the tutoring. yea. my student is basically winning. when it comes to winning at tests and quizzes. anyways. this Vegas club deck. I got it off eBay as usual. was wondering if its worth anything in terms of usage. buh.
I wonder if anyone doesn’t realize I’m using page breaks now.
Name: Las Vegas Club ‘Old’
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Welcome back to eBay. My past hunt for this deck landed it around 8$. Typically 10-15$.
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Long out of production. Difficult to find sealed/uncancelled. Haha I open sealed decks when I get them. So I help other decks become worth more?
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The…Aristocrat like jokers say plastic coated. The stock itself is okay. The coating/finish is technically non-existent. These feel like pasteboard cards with almost nothing on them. Does not perfect fan. Does not spread. This deck seems to be only for collecting.
Faro: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
Just okay. Inconsistenly choppy.
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Hm. If you can’t see that it’s one way, you need help. (we can’t help you) For that vintage feel though, it does it right. A one colored back with the casino’s name and logo.
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Too thin to be stable. But this might be associated with the table surface I was using.
-Las Vegas Club! The old style. It has that neat old style Ace of Spades. The stock itself in my worth…. Is very very sucky. I mean…as a playing card, it gets its job done. As a say…magician’s playing card….its only good for like…what…3 card monte type tricks. Cards that don’t require excessive handling. I wonder how many people you can fool using the one way back. I also like the box for being minimalist as usual. Yep. Good old vintage.
*wow my camera is good. you can even see the thread in this photo.