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- Shuffles four decks quickly and thoroughly
- Just one press of a button to shuffle
- Fingertip control for easy use
- Batteries not included
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Do you love to play cards but hate waiting for the cards to be shuffled? Do you hands get sore from shuffling a bunch of decks at one time? Look no further. This four deck card shuffler is great for any type of card player. Whether your game is bridge, poker, rummy, blackjack, war, canasta, pinochle or gin, this card shuffler will mix those cards up quickly and thoroughly, with just one press of a button. Don't go for other brands when you can get the quality of a Laser Sports shuffler!
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It is quieter than most shufflers.
It has held up to constant usage.
It shuffles quickly, without jamming up.
This is used by a group of seniors for nearly constant playing, with multiple decks of cards. They have had no complaints what so ever.
- It only barely handled four decks. The motors slowed audibly as they tried to jam the last few cards into the collector.
- It frequently had cards tipped on edge in the collector, which would then keep the cards that followed from lying flat in the collector. We had to extract the tipped cards before continuing to shuffle.
- We had to have someone apply pressure to the edges of the cards in the hoppers to get reasonable flow of cards into the collector. Otherwise one hopper tended to stall while the other hopper stuffed its cards into the collector. Not really a "shuffle".
- The cards actually were not well shuffled. There tended to be a batch of cards from one hopper, then the other, and it continued alternating in this manner. This was apparent when drawing cards from the shuffled deck in the next game.
The instructions that came with the shuffler had a link to a YouTube video that shows the unit in action. The video describes a spring-loaded platform that supports the collector. This would seem to reduce the chance of cards ending up tipped on their sides in the collector. Unfortunately, it appears that the video shows the operation of their six-deck shuffler. The four-decker lacks this feature.