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Hoyles Super Jumbo Bridge Deck - Twin Pack

by Hoyle

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  • Extra large faces on cards
  • 1" numerals
  • Blue and red colors on white background
  • Great for those who have trouble seeing and love to play card games!
  • You will receive (2) Decks of Super Jumbo Bridge-Sized Playing Cards by Hoyle (Twin Pack)
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Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.9 x 4.8 x 0.5 inches
  
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Product Description

You will receive (2) Hoyle Super Jumbo Bridge-Sized Decks of Playing Cards (TWIN PACK).

More About Hoyle:

Since the 1700s, Edmund Hoyle has been the authority in card games. True to his legacy we craft each deck of Hoyle using custom paper and coatings, so that you can bring the authority to your next game.
  • Custom paper using proprietary lamination process for durability
  • Nevada Finish for improved shuffling and dealing
More About Bridge:

Bridge is the Chess of card games (and with that statement we will enrage millions of devoted Bridge players, who would argue that Chess is the Bridge of board games). Chess has a long history, and, as befits a game of similar depth and complexity, so does Bridge. Bridge begins with a game called Whist, in a country called England, in an era called "The Restoration."

Contract Bridge is played by four people in two partnerships with a standard 52-card pack. The cards in each suit rank from ace (the highest) to the 2 (the lowest). The suits rank in this order: spades, hearts, diamonds, and then clubs.

To find out more information and game rules visit the Hoyle Gaming Website.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Stella on January 12, 2007
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My Mom suffers from wet macular degeneration and recently moved into a senior living facility. When she was asked to join the others in playing cards she asked if she could bring her own cards due to her VERY POOR eyesight. She instantly became the hit of the card group with these extra large extra bold playing cards. I ordered her a large quantity to make great stocking stuffers for all her card playing friends and she's feeling right at home making new friends. Without these cards, she would have never been able to participate with the group and make these wonderful friends.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Charles F. Hall on November 14, 2006
Great for the visually impaired, but there is a downside....if you are playing with 13 cards (bridge), you have to fan the cards out more than a normal deck, and depending on the dexterity of an elderly person, could be a problem. The cards are high quality.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Wolfe on July 9, 2009
We use these cards to play with my mother-in-law who is legally blind with macular deneneration. They are the best we have found for her to use and they work well for all of us.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. L. Borton on July 4, 2009
These are Hoyle's Super Jumbo playing cards #1223. The exact same cards are available at a much lower price through this same website as "Extra large Print Playing cards.

I purchased both at $9.84 & $6.61 respectively.
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By marvin e. darter on December 29, 2010
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We run a small duplicarte bridge club and have some players who are afflicted with macular degeneration and can only continue playing because of these cards. The price per deck used to be outrageous, at more than 4 times the cost of our standard decks (and we need 30 decks), but the price on Amazon has recently come down to a more reasonable amount.

The quality of the playing cards is, in my view, barely adequate in terms of durability, but the Super Jumbo size of the suits and ranks kind of makes up for this deficiency.

These are apparently the only choice for Super Jumbo Bridge sized playing cards. I wish the suits were color coded, as I've seen with some poker sized decks.

If you absolutely require "Super Jumbo" Bridge sized playing cards, these serve their purpose, but if you can live with Poker sized decks, there are better Super Jumbo choices.
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The Hoyle Super Jumbo playing cards are nearly impossible to find in my area, which is rather rural, so being able to get these via amazon is a godsend,

I purchased these for my mom who's eye sightha s been failing for years and she loves them.
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By OrchidSlayer VINE VOICE on January 20, 2014
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My husband asked me to buy some cards that some people with fading vision in his bridge group could use without driving the better-vision people crazy. I bought these and the Copag Bridge Size Jumbo Index 1546 Playing Cards. These were too big for their group; the Copag were much preferred. We kept these and I am sure they will be used by people with even worse vision, but for now they are in a drawer.
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