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Dug these plastics out of the closet yesterday after forgetting about them since the Moneymaker-boom, which I got with Pokerstars points. Never played with them so still in basically perfect condition (besides slight uniform yellowing, unless they came that way). Ran a search but only found one thread on here for Studking and it was a different deck/setup. Thought it was cool enough to share.

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I want to try out KEM's as I see so many conflicting views about it... But I just can't get over the price. On their website I see them for $32.50 for a set, and on amazon they go for $50 for a set.

This just seems like such a crazy price when things like Bicycle Prestige, Copag, and other similar medium-high quality cards can be picked up for $10-$20 for a set.
 
I want to try out KEM's as I see so many conflicting views about it... But I just can't get over the price. On their website I see them for $32.50 for a set, and on amazon they go for $50 for a set.

This just seems like such a crazy price when things like Bicycle Prestige, Copag, and other similar medium-high quality cards can be picked up for $10-$20 for a set.
Go DalNegro or Desjgn.....
 
One interesting deck of cards in my collection. Great Russian Standard made by Piatnik. They use classic Russian face cards and uses Russian indexes. They are paper and I use them for patience games (like solitaire)

(Sorry for photo quality - I am not good at it)

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One interesting deck of cards in my collection. Great Russian Standard made by Piatnik. They use classic Russian face cards and uses Russian indexes. They are paper and I use them for patience games (like solitaire)

(Sorry for photo quality - I am not good at it)

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I love some of these foreign decks styles and only wish some of them came in plastic.
 
Actually there was a plastic variation of this style of deck made by some beer company (Though they changed blue colours to green). Unfortunately they are really hard to get now

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Actually I managed to find out the company that made these plastic cards! I asked them if they can do another plastic cards with this style and they said that they can if at least 300 decks would be ordered (They use PVC plastic for it)
 

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