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-Poker size (especially if not shuffled by people, but rather by a machine; even a cheap one).
-4 jumbo (or almost jumbo) indexes, 4- color.
-Index colors: Light red hearts, light blue diamonds, light green clubs (to not be confused with the spades' black at any time).
-Whatever texture is non-slippery (so on the "coarse" side)
-Bendable, elastic, durable and non-warpable (so acetate, like Modiano Platinum).
-Back colors: Either light blue and pink/fuchsia or light grey and yellow/gold. Or the majestic traditional designs of Fournier (FDL etc)
 

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The latest Desjgn bridge sized diamond back blackjack index cards are pretty much the perfect playing cards in almost every way.
As much as I agree with you I would like more red color on face cards (hearts and diamonds).
They are pretty but dark. That's why I find Faded Spade appealing despite stiffness and occasional defects reported recently.
 

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-Poker size (especially if not shuffled by people, but rather by a machine; even a cheap one).
-4 jumbo (or almost jumbo) indexes, 4- color.
-Index colors: Light red hearts, light blue diamonds, light green clubs (to not be confused with the spades' black at any time).
-Whatever texture is non-slippery (so on the "coarse" side)
-Bendable, elastic, durable and non-warpable (so acetate, like Modiano Platinum).
-Back colors: Either light blue and pink/fuchsia or light grey and yellow/gold. Or the majestic traditional designs of Fournier (FDL etc)
At least one man knows what he wants....
 

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-Poker size (especially if not shuffled by people, but rather by a machine; even a cheap one).
-4 jumbo (or almost jumbo) indexes, 4- color.
-Index colors: Light red hearts, light blue diamonds, light green clubs (to not be confused with the spades' black at any time).
-Whatever texture is non-slippery (so on the "coarse" side)
-Bendable, elastic, durable and non-warpable (so acetate, like Modiano Platinum).
-Back colors: Either light blue and pink/fuchsia or light grey and yellow/gold. Or the majestic traditional designs of Fournier (FDL etc)
And agree on Modiano Platinium.... great cards
 

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Dave Edgerly's Dia de los Muertos playing cards- but plastic instead of standard Bicycle stock
 

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You need a really light green for the clubs and a really light blue for the diamonds, though.
Lighting isn't ideal when peeping hole cards, and darker hues can cause confusion.
Not an issue with the community cards.
 
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