Do you use a card guard?

CdnBeerLover

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@ccralleo, these are very unique card guards. Nicely done! And welcome aboard.

While I don't want to derail the thread too much, it was asked if there was a way to check a link without clicking on it.

One method is to use urlvoid.com.

1) Right-click on the link and copy the location.

2) Go to www.urlvoid.com.

3) Paste the url into the search field and click "submit now".

4) Review the report.

If you want a second opinion, try Securi SiteCheck (http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/sitecheck). Enter just the site domain, click on "scan website", and check the results. These sites aren't perfect (nothing is), but it's better than nothing.
 

ccralleo

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Finished a few with 3 high gloss poly coats.
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Also wondering what you folks think of the added red?
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Hey . . . . I can think of a lot of uses for a Hitching Post branding iron. The craziest folks could have all sorts of prop bets that end up with the loser getting something special to remember the weekend. Kind of like how fraternities handle pledges.

Don't count me in for that, I'm a nit -=- DrStrange
 

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I had a dealer muck my cards once also while sitting in seat 10. That's a bad position to be in.

Afterward, at another poker room, whenever I got seat 10, I started putting my chips in a straight line and making a small wall to stop dealers frisky hands. One dealer got mad about it, but I didn't care. I donk like my chips on the rail in my face. I keep them out a little.

I now use a card guard 100% of the time. I highly recommend it.
 
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