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The First Ever Million Dollar Playing Card Project on Kickstarter

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The First Ever Million Dollar Playing Card Project on Kickstarter

by BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame The million dollar playing card project So it's finally happened. A playing card project on Kickstarter has hit over a million dollars. Congratulations to Vivid Kingdoms Playing Cards, created by artist Peter Robinson, better known by his artist moniker Ten Hundred.And it has done this easily. The project reached the original funding of $10,000 in just three minutes flat. Sixty minutes later, it was topping $100,000. Within the first 24 hours, the project had already hit $850,000. And early on day two, it had crossed a magical milestone, the million dollar mark.At the time I'm writing this article,...

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Interview with Video Reviewer Magic Orthodoxy

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Interview with Video Reviewer Magic Orthodoxy

by BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame What is Magic Orthodoxy? There are many contributors to the playing card industry. It begins of course with the designers, in whose minds the genesis of a custom deck begins. Then there are publishers like Art of Play and crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter, that team up with the creators to actually produce a deck. Next are the printers like USPCC, that make the physical deck by putting actual ink on paper. In many cases there are also retailers that act as a "middle man", whether it be an online website or a physical brick-and-mortar store. Finally...

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Here's How a Deck of Cards Can Be Your Bible and Almanac

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Here's How a Deck of Cards Can Be Your Bible and Almanac

by Joey Pipia Sound ridiculous? Well, it's true, you just need to know where to look. Read this, and you'll learn how a deck of cards can be your almanac and Bible. What you are about the read is an old story. How old? No one knows for sure, and no one's certain the origin despite some early references. “The Deck of Cards,” as this story is formally known, even has it's own, “Wikipedia” entry.   The Story This is an original version of that classic story, “The Deck of Cards”. The Almanac  A young family dropped their son at Sunday...

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Simple Builder Solitaire Card Games

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Simple Builder Solitaire Card Games

by BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGameSolitaire games can be a great way to pass the time, either with a deck of actual playing cards in hand, or using a quality app or computer program like BVS Solitaire. One advantage of playing a digital version is that it will do the hard work of shuffling and dealing the cards for you, and enforce the rules, making new games easier to learn and play.But where should you start, especially if you are new to solitaire card games, or want something so easy that you can even teach it to children? In a previous article I...

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The History Of Card Games In Casino

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The History Of Card Games In Casino

  By Brandi Marcene Anyone who loves card games is familiar with what a casino is, even if they never visited one. It is basically a facility for specific games for gambling purposes. They are easily found near hotels and restaurants so that it is convenient for its players. Gamblers and card game lovers play multiple games in casinos that have evolved over the years. Card games have great popularity as players find them more fun. Also, luck is not the only element in these games; players have to use their skills. A card game is typically any game played...

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