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Bicycle Prestige Plastic Playing Cards (Blue)

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  • This rare deck of cards was produced as a trial run using a new material by Bicycle and are 100% plastic
  • Many professionals prefer the flexibility and durability of plastic cards
  • Bicycle prestige offers unmatched durability and is the only 100% plastic card to offer a paper-like feel
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Product Description

Perfect for a neighborhood game or a professional tournament. Cards measure standard poker size 2.5" x 3.5" and are made with Dura-Flex, a crease resistant material. Cards have a great feel to them and will last longer but at a fraction of the price of Kem cards. We only have a limited supply of these and might not be ever produced again so if you are a collector please buy these early before they are gone


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 1 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001RLP862
  • Item model number: 10-18425
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,168 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Pete Knudsen on October 10, 2013
I've just read over some of the Reviews for the Bicycle Prestige playing cards and would like to ad my 1.5 cents worth.

S. Michael states that these cards are made in China. They're not and they never were. If you look at the packaging a little closer you'll note that the box IS made in China but the cards are made in Spain. That's because Fournier makes these for Bicycle (Fournier is actually owned by US Playing Cards which also owns Bicycle). USPS also owns Gemaco and Kem so I suppose they could have chosen another source for these but rumor had it that Fournier was chosen because their cards were the closest to paper cards in feel and performance.

I understand the criticisms of flexibility and feel versus, say, the Copag cards. But then they're completely different animals. If you get these cards, treat them exactly like you would your paper Bikes and you'll be very happy with them. Copags and Kems are MADE to bend and return to shape but you would never do that with a paper card. These are basically the same but with the added benefits of washing plus extreme longevity over the plastic coated paper playing cards you keep throwing out.

Price wise, you should be able to find two decks of these for about 10 dollars so they're on the low end of plastic playing cards. By my count I have 9 decks of Kems ranging from two 1938 decks up to three 2013 decks, two decks of Copags and these Fournier Bicycle Prestige cards not to mention a myriad of paper Bikes, Hoyles and whatnots. I like them all for different reasons (plus my daughter is getting into magic tricks) even though they're all very different. You'll like these if you prefer the feel and action of Paper over the more traditional professional plastic cards.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Apollon on October 29, 2012
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I love love love these cards,

I use them primarily for poker and they are amazing, the cards are extremely durable, easy to clean, and they riffle shuffle like a boss

These cards are Just awesome, and the design, case, and feel of the cards are worth the price

Bicycle is the standard bearer for playing cards and for good reason

You will not be disappointed by these cards, they will last for a very long time and their texture and playability is second to none

No matter if it's for poker, bridge, solitaire or for magic Bicycle Prestige simply rock

Highly Recommended!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G-Man on October 5, 2011
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These cards are great. They stand up to use and weather well. The only issue I've seen is that the print does tend to fade over time/use. The cards themselves hold up exceptionally well, but you'll notice cracking/fading on the printed face of the cards (specially on black suits, and only on the faces) over time. As an avid poker player, I'm always looking for high quality cards that can be used in my normal house games. I don't want to buy a new deck for every game, and for that purpose these cards are great. They spread well, shuffle well, and feel great. It's uncanny how similar to regular cards these are (typically with plastic cards there are very noticable differences, but not with these).

If you're looking for a deck of cards that look and feel like regular cards, but have the durability of plastic cards - these are the cards for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Androus on September 15, 2013
Pros:
-Very Durable
-Crease Resistant
-Easy to wash
-Most paper-like plastic card
Cons:
-Float too easily
-Very slippery

Holding the deck vertically is near impossible, because the cards are so slippery, they'll just slip right out. On the other hand, they are very durable, and emulate the paper feel to a degree I have yet to see in plastic cards.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Irish Eyes on February 19, 2013
I've had the red deck for over 2 years now. and they have held up very well over to test the time of my home games the paint has barely chipped off at all. Compared to Copag and Kem cards these are definitely up there in quality, durable, and the price point. The blue deck definitely fits right in with my red deck and my other decks of Copag. Long live cash games....
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sonny on May 17, 2013
Best set of cards ive ever owned

Little brother spilled apple juice all over then simly rinsed it of dried it and tge look brand new again

Another plus is the case they come in looks good while protecting your cards

Worth every penny we use tgen every fri night for poker night

5stars hands down
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Danichutitan on March 8, 2015
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Got these cards about a week ago and I have to say this is my new favorite set. I have been collecting cards for a few years now, including brands such as Copag, Da Vinci/Modiano, Royal, Kem, and Dal Negro. So far Copag has always been my favorite brand. However as a collector I had to try this set, which can also be found at Wal-Mart believe it or not! I was not disappointed.

These cards are far slicker than any other card brand I have tried. Like practically any plastic card, they will slide like crazy on a table or wooden surface, but they perform very nicely on felt. FYI playing on felt will also increase the lifetime of your playing cards. If you are new to plastic playing cards you will probably find these cards difficult to control at first. But now, a week later after shuffling them dozens of times, they seem to have broken in a bit and become a bit more stiffer. I would say that these cards are primarily for poker and other card games. These cards are probably not ideal for magic tricks, fanning, and any movement that involves funky manipulation of cards. However, I am not a card magician and I'm sure more experienced card manipulators could use this deck with ease. Bicycle claims that these Prestige cards are the only plastic playing card that truly feels like paper. That being said... I don't really think these cards feel like paper. In fact, I actually like them more than the feel of paper cards. I highly recommend you pick up a set and try them for yourself.

The cards shuffle really well. I do the casino-style riffle shuffle and the cards just slide in together like butter. They are much more flexible than paper cards, but not exactly as flexible as say Copags.
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