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Copag Poker Size Regular Index 1546 Playing Cards 2 decks (Black Gold Setup)
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- Two regulation-size poker decks
- Each measure 2.5-by-3.5-inches (W x H); 1546 design
- Made of practically indestructible PVC plastic material for years of use
- Completely washable via quick wipe with damp cloth
- Come complete with hard plastic storage and carrying case
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COPAG has been pioneering the manufacture of playing cards since the beginning of the 20th century. Graphic designer Albino GonGalves founded the company in 1908 in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Today, COPAG has become a global leader in the international card gaming equipment market.
Made from PVC plastic, an ultra high performing material, COPAG cards can handle the normal wear and tear of game play for remarkable periods of time. These high performance cards will last longer, shuffle better, and provide such a premium feel, you may never want to play with anything else again.
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.014" card thickness
.700" deck thickness, w/o jokers
2.5"W x 3.5"L deck dimensions
8.75" surface area
.012" card thickness
.625" deck thickness, w/o jokers
2.483"W x 3.465"L deck dimensions
8.604" surface area
.011" card thickness
.580" deck thickness, w/o jokers
2.48"W x 3.475"L deck dimensions
8.618" surface area
As you can see, the KEM deck is almost 12% thicker and 1.7% larger surface area than the COPAG deck, and 21% thicker and 1.6% larger surface area than a Bicycle deck. 21% thicker than a Bicycle deck is a big deal if you're a smaller-handed dealer!
Here are my personal thoughts;
The COPAG's feel slightly better when shuffling as the deck is slightly smaller, less weight and easier to handle for short fingers (like mine). The KEM's numbering is smaller and much less blocky, and appear more like a traditional deck. The COPAG's have larger (not Jumbo) lettering which is blocky. Both decks have visually pleasing and symmetrical backing designs. Both slide easily on felt and are very easy to riffle/shuffle. The COPAG's have an attractive blue border around each face card picture, unlike the KEM's black border.Read more ›
The two reasons I prefer KEM over these is because one, the printed images and lettering on the Copag cards is HUGE! I personally prefer KEM prints that are slightly smaller. Maybe it's because I've mostly played with cards that have the standard non-jumbo prints. Two, these are more slippery than KEM cards (I found Bicycle WSOP cards to be the most slippery, followeed by Copag, and then KEM). Because of this slippery material, they are also hard to pick up from a poker table if they are on the wooden rim of the table. If the cards are on the felt surface, this is not an issue, but the wooden rim is where it takes an extra effort to pick them up, and I constantly have to slide the cards to an egde of the rim in order to grab them correctly.
Overall good quality cards, but the print size alone is why I personally prefer KEM.
However I had 2 separate decks where a card shattered ( card just breaks across the top end of a card) and we had to throw the deck away Has anyone else run across this problem?
One of the cards broke when I was shuffling them, the other when a player placed the card down on a table.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The smell is a little offputting, but two years later and these cards really have held up, we rarely use any others.Published 10 hours ago by Brandon M.
one card rip the first time we play, the other deck is still going strong. overall great card, was unfortunate to receive a defective card.Published 1 day ago by fen chen
I have a set of Kem and wanted to see what these were all about since they are a little cheaper. hard to tell the difference really. great cards. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Heath E. Bletzacker
I love these cards! I am trying to learn to become good at shuffling and handling cards, so I often sit around and Just shuffle cards and work on practicing flourishes. Read morePublished 10 days ago by tyler evan miller