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Social Media Roundup: Deck Images, Adam Borderline and Steve Minty's Thorn & Roses!


Social network such as Twitter and Instagram provides a platform for breaking news and instant reactions. Cardists, Magicians and Card aficionados are often rarely pass up an opportunity to show off their card skills. Social networks are fast-moving and there are good amount of posts that don't get the recognition they deserve.

To change that, we've rounded up some of the best Tweets and Instagram posts from the past week with the hashtag #kardify.

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The recently released and highly lauded Red and Blue Copag 310 Playing Cards, produced and printed by Cartamundi (@cartamundicards) in a Carat X2 Double Deck Case. . . Caratamundi spent over 2 years developing the Copag 310s with expert players, cardists and magicians with amazing results.  The cards’ ‘True Linen B9 Finish’ is the result of intense R&D and ensures the supreme handling and longevity needed for smooth sleights or flourishes.  The cards have a soft, springy feel, straight out of the box and handle very smoothly. . . The deck contains standard courts, two identical jokers, a custom AoS with the Copag logo, a blank card and a double backer, making this deck suitable for cardists, magicians and poker players alike.  Finally, to ensure that all the effort put into the cards is preserved as best as possible until it reaches the consumer’s hands, Cartamundi double wraps its cards in cellophane, once around the cards (0.52 seconds after they are cut) and then around the tuckbox after the cards are inserted. . . Cartamundi, meaning ‘Cards for the World’ in latin, is a company based in Turnhout, Belgium. It was formed in 1970 through a joint venture between three of Belgium’s oldest printers, Biermans (1875), Brepols (1795) and Van Genechten (1855), and has grown to become the world’s largest manufacturer and distributor of playing cards and board games. . . Copag, based in SΓ£o Paulo, Brazil, started as a printing company in 1908 and began making playing cards in 1918, with plastic playing cards being their main product.  In 2005, Copag became part of the Cartamundi Group. . . To find out more about Cartamundi (@cartamundicards) or Copag (@copagoficial) cards and the Copag 310s specifically, visit their websites www(dot)cartamundi(dot)com, www(dot)copagcards(dot)com and www(dot)copag310(dot)com and follow them on IG and Facebook. . . How do you display and protect your treasured decks? . #cards #caratx2 #caratcase #caratcases #caratcardcases #caratcasecreations #cardcollector #carddisplays #cardistry #cardporn #cartimundi #copag #copag310 #kardify #magic #playingcards #playingcarddisplay #playingcardcollector #poker #rareplayingcards #truelinenb9finish
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Stork Club Playing Cards in a Carat X1F Single Deck Framed Display (planned for release Summer ‘18 in limited quantities) . . The ‘Stork Club’ was a nightclub in Manhattan, New York, that operated from 1929 to 1965 and at its peak, was one of the most prestigious clubs in the world.  Its name was synonymous with fame, class and money and it showed in its clientele, which included celebrities, movie stars and political figures, who regularly visited the club. . . The club operated out of various locations in its early years, but in 1934 it found its permanent home until closure at 3 East 53rd Street, just east of Fifth Avenue.  The owner and founder, Sherman Billingsley, was known for his lavish gifts, which brought a steady stream of customers. . . The guests were expected to dress to high standards with men wearing suits and a necktie and women wearing evening gowns w/silk gloves that reached the elbow.  They were also held to a strict code of conduct and no fighting, drunkeness or rowdiness was tolerated. . . The Stork Club was featured in several movies; a novel, which was adapted into a TV drama and even, had its own TV series (’50-’55), The Stork Club, which was hosted by Billingsley, who circulated around the club interviewing guests. . . The Carat X1F Single Deck Framed Display was developed based upon the request of one of my biggest supporters and good friends, @a_deck_a_day and inspired by Uncommon Beat’s The Archive.  More or less, it is a modified Carat X1 that can be put in any 5 x 7 frame.  The magnetic lid of the case is in the front to allow for easy access of the deck and is receded between the two shorter ends of the case sides which protrude out to reduce the risk of the lid being knocked off easily. . . For information about the Carat X1F or other cases, visit my website (link in bio). . . How do you display and protect your treasured decks? . . #adeckaday #cards #caratx1f #caratcase #caratcases #caratcardcases #caratcasecreations #cardcollector #carddisplay #carddisplays #cardistry #cardporn #framed #kardify #playingcards #playingcarddisplay #playingcardcollector #poker #rareplayingcards #storkclub
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Steve Minty's Thorn & Roses Preview







Social Media Roundup: Deck Images, Adam Borderline and Steve Minty's Thorn & Roses! Reviewed by Ivan Choe on 3/31/2018 Rating: 5

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