Choose from all the major top-quality Playing Card Brands. We offer Bee Playing Cards, Bicycle Playing Cards, Aviator Playing Cards, Maverick Playing Cards, Bicycle Playing Cards · VIP Cards · Bingo Hard Cards · Bridge Sets. You need to step up to something at least decent. #2 on my list above are ~$5/ deck. I know you can get 10 decks of your cheapo paper cards. Yes, even your favorite pharmacy brand makes pretty playing cards. Bicycle makes everything from hemp-themed decks to stainless steel. Bicycle makes everything from hemp-themed decks to stainless steel playing cardsbut this distressed deck in alluring shades of blue and teal is particularly handsome. You are using an outdated browser. My list would be: An early member of the company, Stewart has worked on all of the companies major brands and projects, and is specifically involved in the core operations of PokerTube - Our flagship poker media website. I agree heads up people the print isn't the most vibrant, but I've never struggled to read them in the home tournaments and such that we've run. NPT ace of spades reads: The most popular line of their cards is Bicycle see above , followed by Bee, Hoyle, and World Poker Tour cards. KEM - This is pretty much the industry standard. She lives in Carrollton, Georgia, where she is the state director for the Poker Players Alliance. They bend, crease and tear easily which might not be that important in the context of a home game with friends, but can be important in a high stakes games where things like marked intentionally or otherwise cards can be a huge issue. Aviator Cards are cheaper than the above-mentioned brands and have low wear resistance. Originally Posted by aliengenius Ok, I got a set up of the following, so I want to add reviews: Dal Negro - nice Italian cards that I liked initially, but they don't stay clean. They can even be washed. But that's not what we're discussing here, I'm talking about the actual playing cards being used during your next card game. Another color change on the face of cards is with the suits. To this day, playing cards are still a vital part of poker, from home games around the world, through big live tournaments, to high-stakes cash games in Macau or Vegas casinos.