Full Bleed poker playing cards (1 Viewer)


3 of a Kind
Nov 10, 2014
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4th and long
Is Copag the only manufacturer that produces Full Bleed plastic playing cards?
That are also available for purchase.
I didn't even know this was a thing, seems like they would be more susceptible to edge marking like black cardstock decks though. Myst my kneejerk thought*.
They’re less secure for sure, which is why they’re less common. Pretty sure this was on of the biggest factors in Phil Ivy’s baccarat scandal.
But for a home game, at least my home game? Zero point zero percent concerned.
Didn't read this article (today), but I've read dozens. The Ivey/Cheung scam relied on knowing the cards that Borgata used in the game, brand new decks (purple was her preferred colour), and a compliant dealer rotating selected cards 180 degrees.
This has resulted in the ignorant masses writing tens of thousands of comments/articles about Ivey cheating, Ivey sticking it to "The Man", and the Borgata being screwed, all because of defective cards.
Borgata sued Gemaco and was awarded approximately $27. This award should be split between all the keyboard warriors who supported the theory, as long as they are willing to pay a small cash-out fee of $25.

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