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Hoyle Club Casino Playing Cards Review

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Hoyle Club Casino Playing Cards Review

These are poker size, regular index, 2-pip playing cards. The backs feature full bleed graphics (all the way to the edge of the card) with a cross hatch back design. They are available in 2-deck setups of blue and red back designs.

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These cards are very shiny, as shiny as the Royal playing cards. They may not be quite as shiny as the Vegas cards from Wal-Mart, but overhead lights will definitely reflect off these cards! The red color on the face of these cards is very orangey and not nearly as dark as the red color that is shown on the package.

Not only do these cards look square, they also feel square. They have a substantial feel to them, somewhat like the Marion Pro cards.

These cards are made by the U.S. Playing Card Co. in Cincinnati, Ohio. There are 52 playing cards and 2 jokers in a deck. The Hoyle Club Casino decks come in a standard cardboard box with a lid that does stay closed. There is a small window on the front of the box to allow you to see what color deck is inside.

The low cost of $5.95 for two decks of cards (red/blue) make these cards some of the least expensive plastic playing cards available. They are available from and also from local outlets such as Walgreens.


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