For Sale Paulson / GPI Gaming Plastic Playing Cards (yes, plastic) (1 Viewer)

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For the sophisticated discerning man that has all the cards, here is something you may not have. ;)

Up for sale are 2 decks of Paulson/GPI Gaming PLASTIC playing cards. One red, one blue. They are not available commercially, only to casinos. I have never seen them available anywhere for sale (but please school me).
- bridge size
- regular index

I've never played with these, I just opened the red deck out of curiosity. The blue deck is still unopened. Here's an old thread of mine that showed some more detailed pics:
https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/paulson-plastic-cards.7673/

$100 shipped to USA (Intl'l shipping extra). SINCE NO TAKERS WILL TAKE REASONABLE OFFERS NOW.
 

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Could you post a photo of all of the card faces?
 

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Years ago there was a setup for sale on eBay. I did not buy it, but they were 100% plastic and like these.
 

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If possible:
Would you say they are more or less flexible than Kem?

A man of science I see. :cool

I measured the thickness of the Paulson and 2 diff KEM cards - one bridge, one poker sized. They all measure 0.29mm.

Feel is subjective, but I feel that even though the Paulson is the same thickness, it is MORE flexible.
 

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Snap buy if jumbo index but no dice. GLWS!
Is it me or aren't most of the poker cards in casinos bridge/std index?

I believe these are sample decks sent to casinos for evaluation, so I think it makes sense that it's the format they all use.
 

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Is it me or aren't most of the poker cards in casinos bridge/std index?

I believe these are sample decks sent to casinos for evaluation, so I think it makes sense that it's the format they all use.
I’d estimate around 95-97% for bridge/standard in the casino poker rooms
 
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