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Discussion in 'Product Questions and Reviews' started by leecreighton, Jan 1, 2018.
When you reverse the card, are all the backs facing the same way?
Yes. Like I said, I’m in the original deck order, which intermixed a red suit and a white suit as long-short-long-short in numerical order with the backs showing up-down-up-down. Reversing the card like I described above disturbs the alternating up/down pattern, and causes the slight irregularity when viewed from the long side.
Try turning them all the same way and then seeing if it works as a stripper deck.