What deck is this?

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Postby nfpalmer » 11/14/08 01:11 AM

I have had a few other card enthusiasts ask about the deck in this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BzlplhJ4A4&fm18

Does anyone have any info on what deck this is or what casino its from?
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Postby Suresh » 11/17/08 02:44 AM

It's an ordinary deck [Edited -- OOPs! you were asking about the make, not type, of the deck].
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Postby Philippe Billot » 11/17/08 08:44 AM

See The Book of John (1978)
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Postby Adrian Kuiper » 11/17/08 01:52 PM

Philippe Billot wrote:See The Book of John (1978)


Wouldn't it have been easier to just identify the brand?

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Postby Philippe Billot » 11/17/08 02:02 PM

My understand of english is not very good.
Are you making a joke ?
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 11/17/08 03:09 PM

It's a Yukon Gold deck, a custom job printed by Aarco for Bill Kalush many years ago. It has nothing to do with a casino. Yukon Golds are a type of potato that the company he was working for at the time was selling.
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Postby nfpalmer » 11/21/08 02:28 AM

Richard Kaufman wrote:It's a Yukon Gold deck, a custom job printed by Aarco for Bill Kalush many years ago. It has nothing to do with a casino. Yukon Golds are a type of potato that the company he was working for at the time was selling.


Thank you Richard for you answer!
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