Steven Keyl wrote:Your results are pretty typical.
Chas Nigh wrote:Aristocrats are probably the finest back ever developed.
billmarq wrote:Does anybody know WHY the USPCC decided to make the Bicycle mandolin backs their "magician's deck"...
Edward Pungot wrote:Not only that, but Aristocrats have matching jokers PLUS a blank card to boot. How sweet is that?
Joe Pecore wrote:billmarq wrote:Does anybody know WHY the USPCC decided to make the Bicycle mandolin backs their "magician's deck"...
From my understanding, the USPCC decided not to allow any more modifications to their standard 808 Rider Bicycle back design in fear of loosing their trademark. Thus, magicians designed the Mandolin back design, as a similar looking deck, but which could be altered for magical purposes.
Jonathan Pendragon wrote:CJ
Thank you for the compliment, although such talk always makes feel a little calcified.
Jonathan Pendragon wrote:Monarchs, Aristocrats, Erdnase (which seems a sentimental favorite), pro quality Bicycles
PickaCard wrote:If Bike decks were all printed perfectly, there would be someone selling you a Bicycle one way deck for $20+.
Since no one but you will notice that the cards are off center anyways, why care? Costco... $1.00 a deck.
Corneilius Jay wrote:I like the standard bike deck, I just wish the company who manufacture it took as much pride in their work that I aspire to.
Simone M wrote:"USPCC is also a big company, so expecting them to "care" is like expecting McDonald's to use first quality meat"
"(and there are more types than we honestly need)."