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I love this card holder. I got it for my mom who has Parkinson's disease and wasn't able ot hold card in her hands anymore. Angie's card holder is the best card holder. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Monica Graham
I choose this because I could only use one arm and I am a avid bridge player.
I was disappointed as it was not easy to sort my cards, secondly it was not easy to pull one out... Read more
Takes up less space on the card table, and is easy to slide cards in and yet the players next to you can not see your cards as they are not tilted.Published 3 months ago by Polly Littrell
Bought for my mother-in-law who is elderly and can't comfortably hold a full hand of cards. She loves it and it allows her to continue playing card games without the frustration... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Don Ussery
It would be great if it was longer as I need it for Hands & Foot cards. I think the angle is a great idea I just wish it had been at least 15 inches. Read morePublished 5 months ago by sonoragal
My husband has a problem with his hands and cannot clasp or hold anything. This is exactly what he needed in order to continue the games we play with friends. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sue Bradley
We got this so that we could play cards with our 2 month old in in our arms, and it works great.
Card holder is solid, groove is a nice curve to keep cards upright, loading... Read more
The boardsshould be a little longer& hole just a little wider. I like that the boards are curved. It's ok..Published 9 months ago by linda joyner
we play a lot of cards and this item relieves the stiffness in the hands and is small enough to store easy.Published 10 months ago by Barbara Boyce