Weird problem

Dec 28, 2017
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So... until couple of months ago, I usually used dollar store decks that were tiny and not really known and stuff... But later, I got more particular... so I bought several bicycle decks. I live in Canada by the way. So, it looks good, says poker on the box (I assumed it meant poker size), and it was the biggest deck yet. So I thought everything was cool. However, I discovered that on the internet and [Link removed by moderator - Exposure Site]
 
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I see edited by a mod and I’m not quite sure where this is going. Is there an actual weird problem or is this thread donezo.
 
Dec 28, 2017
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Yeah... there is a problem... My standard bike decks... sometimes seem smaller compared to bikes I see used on the internet... How big are bikes supposed to be?
 
Dec 28, 2017
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Yes... My bike cards, which are supposed to be normal size (they are bought in regular stores) seem normal. But I see on the internet that other bikes look bigger in people's hands... how big are bikes supposed to be?
 
Jan 26, 2017
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If I remember correctly (used a search to verify...

Standard/Poker Size (the ones most people use): 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches
"Jumbo"/Large Size: 3.5 in by 5 in? Maybe 3.5 by 5.25 in? Regardless they are pretty big.
Bridge Size: 2.25 in by 3.5 in (the same height as standard cards, but the width is smaller. A bridge card is as wide as the gap between the borders on a standard card)

Put in a few pics of the box to let us see if your still worried :)
 
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