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Unread postby Eumel » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:32 am  

Hi guys,
im new to cardistry and im wondering what deck quality i should be looking for.
Since its hard for me to obtain any cardistry decks right now im using simple romee cards, are those a lot worse than good decks?
They seem to be pretty stiff.
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Re: card deck

Unread postby MagikFingerz » Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:58 am  

I've never heard of "romee" cards, perhaps one of our German members knows about those. But if they're anything like the cheap cards I used when I first started out, then yes, they're a lot worse :ugthink:

What you should be looking for is decks printed by the United States Playing Card Company (USPCC) or Legends/Expert (LPCC/EPCC). If none of these are available near you, perhaps you can get some Pr1me decks from Italy. They are among the better handling decks I've encountered that wasn't printed by any of the above.
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Re: card deck

Unread postby Eumel » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:54 am  

in that case is anyone here living near munich and can tell me if there is a shop selling cardistry decks?
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Re: card deck

Unread postby sinjin7 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 2:39 am  

You might want to get in touch with one of our UC members in Germany named Mirror (Julian). He should be able to help you out, so send him a PM. You might want to check out his videos in the Cardistry section, too.
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