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KEM Arrow Black and Gold, Bridge Size- Standard Index Playing Cards (Pack of 2)

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Description

  • 100 percent cellulose acetate plastic - a unique blend of paper and plastic that provices superior flexibility and strength
  • A set-up consists of one Black and one Gold deck
  • The cards come in a hard black plastic Kem box
  • Superior flexibility and strength
  • Scuff and Break-Resistant

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Customer Reviews

TWO OUNCES OF WATER RUINED TWO DECKSI PURCHASED THESE FOR A LADY CELEBRATING HER 100th BIRTHDAY 9/10/18 WHO HAS PLAYED BRIDGE FOR OVER 80 YEARS AND NEVER OWNED KEM CARDS THAT I WAS TOLD WERE THE BEST. THE FIRST TIME SHE USED THEM SOMEONE SPILLED AN ALMOST EMPTY GLASS OF WATER ON THE TABLE. THEY GOT TOWELS TO WIPE THE CARDS, BUT ONE DECK WAS TOTALLY RUINED THE OTHER BENT AND WARPED. I OWN A NUMBER OF GOOD POKER DECKS THAT COST 1/2 THE PRICE AND WATER WIPES OFF. 1leaving me to believe the plastic will crack/break easily..Cardboard sleeve for the cards was damaged very badly, to the point where I don t want to give these as a gift. The hard plastic storage box that these came in is also a lot thinner and cheap feeling than when I ordered these before, leaving me to believe the plastic will crack/break easily... I m worried about the card quality and this point, but I can t check unless I unwrap the ceran wrap around them. Hopefully they are in better shape than everything else as these cards are USUALLY top-notch. Very sad to have this happen to me with a Christmas gift. Shipping did arrive on time, however, so plus side there. 2Kem cards become rough, textured and unusable fairly quickly. Vastly overpriced.After 60-100 hours of use over a period of a year, the surface of the cards have become textured. They're not dirty; I've tried the recommended methods to clean them with no change. The cards have become impossible to deal singly. Comparing the 52 cards in each deck to the 2 jokers that have NOT been used, it's obvious. You can SEE the cracks all over the surface of both sides of the used cards while the jokers have no cracks. I can tell by FEEL, blindfolded, the difference between an unused Joker and one of the used cards. $30 is much to much for cards that degrade this quickly. And to be clear, they became gradually more difficult to deal over time and they've been substandard for most of the year. Uh, I can buy a 2 dozen packs of standard paper Bicycle cards for less than one set of Kems. Also, we've used Copags in the past. Though they fade, they do NOT gradually become textured, so it isn't all plastic cards. 1Disappointed given the price, thin, deform immediately, [then straighten with use]Given the price premium, I'm extremely disappointed with these cards. Three shuffles in, and they bend & deform. Problem is they are thin and behave like paper. IMO, they are not a true plastic card. Oh, and the Jokers look awful. Too bad, because they feel nice in the hand. Short-short, don't bother with these. Go with Bicycle Prestige, Ace, or (if you can stand the smell) Copag.Edit 2: back to two stars. The cards deformed again, and the blacks are fading from some of the cards.Edit 1: I'm raising the rating to 4 stars. I discovered that with use (lots of shuffling and playing), the cards gradually straighten out. They are also not really thin, just feel like it. When you place a full stack against a comparable deck, total thickness is about the same, maybe even a little thicker. In all, I'm happier with these now than when I first used them out of the box. 2The best playing cardsThe best playing cards.They do feel slightly flimsier than the plastic-coated paper ones, which makes them feel a little weird shuffling, but I've played many-a-game of Hold'em and Gin Rummy, and they're like new. These are really easy to clean, and have a beautiful face to them. It would be nice if they came in individual cases though. I get the idea with the set, but the top few cards of the deck sort of jostle back and fourth and it's not easy to carry these in a backpack/pocket etc. I like to cary a deck of cards with me just in case, and because of the storage method, these are the ones for that. 5Excellent Quality & FeelI don't like cheap plastic cards. A few friends of mine just started a poker group and I wanted to get us a nice set of cards so when doing some research on the best cards I found that the poker industry uses plastic cards. I chose these because of the type of plastic/texture. They feel good, not slippery like cheap or smooth plastic. They shuffle well, better than paper cards, and they have the added benefit of being able to take a spill without damage. 5Kem vs. Copag comparisonThese Kems are fantastic cards. They feel just right to the touch, not too slippery or sticky. If you're used to paper cards, they'll seem slick and might feel weird in your hand at first, but rest assured you'll soon wonder why you hadn't discovered plastic cards earlier. They shuffle and deal better and last many, many times longer, which is why most casino poker rooms use plastic cards (Kem is the most common, followed by Copag).Speaking of which, here's my personal take on the Kem vs. Copag debate. Since they're made of different materials, they feel different: Kems are silky smooth while Copags have a more dry plasticky texture. Both of them shuffle and deal equally well, though Copags are slightly thinner and more flimsy. Kems have very detailed graphics and are in general pretty traditional except that face cards have peach-colored faces (as opposed to white). Copags have blocky graphics and lettering, which some people hate but I don't really mind. But the real difference between the two is in their respective weaknesses.- Kem cards can warp, or acquire a permanent bend, if handled improperly (usually related to temperature and humidity). However, this can be prevented by storing each deck with a cut card on top and not handling the cards with sweaty hands. Personally I've had some players hold their cards too tightly, causing the cards to bend, but the bend went away overnight.- Copag cards are made of PVC rather than cellulose acetate, so they do not have a warping problem. However, the ink is rather light and with a lot of shuffling, tends to fade over time. The cards are still identifiable but look nasty.If you want the absolute best, even if there is a small chance that your cards could be ruined, then go for the Kems. If you want the most reliable cards, even if the print job isn't that great, then go for the Copags. If you can't make up your mind and just want my direct opinion, I'd say Kem. 5KEM cards have a very unique feel to them unlike any other playing cardI've used these cards for years. They were always a pleasure to use. My preference was however for Dal Negro Trevisio. They were a little thicker and a little bit stiffer. They feel like paper and are very pleasurable to hold in the hand.However, I've been using KEM cards and my biggest complaint was how they slide on each other. They are ever so slightly more flexible and smoother which make them easier to shuffle and handle. These are my new favorite and I'm a little disappointed that I have 25 other decks of cards which I like less than these. I'm happy I tried them all, but the KEM are my favorite. Now your subjective favorite can change just like your favorite painting on the wall. Besides being the most pleasant to handle and shuffle, they also have the most pleasing back design. Every poker house I have played in has used these cards, although sometimes in the bridge size, but that says something.Edit: at the moment my favorite playing card is Dal Negro Trevisio. Here is a little tidbit of info. I recently opened the red deck of KEM cards. They felt stiffer cuz I thought they were new. Taking a caliper I could see that this red deck was 0.76 mm thicker than the blue counterpart (52 cards only). Whether this is normal meaning the red is always thicker, or there is variance between every deck I don't know. I would love to hear responses from others.The blue cards were new, meaning only opened and shuffled and never used for a game. I like to buy and try most cards, fearing I may be missing out on something I haven't tried. 5Not as durable as expectedHave been a Kem customer for decades. Bought these based on that reputation and experience. Cards looked great upon arrival and shuffled well. They appeared to be the quality cards I have always seen from the Kem line. However they have not aged well. The ink on the cards is beginning to crack and flake off. So now while the deck is still useable they look like low quality cards. I am now very leery of buying more Kem brand cards for my spades group. I uploaded a photo taken with my phone. Not sure if the quality will show what I am talking about or not.Still better than bicycle cards but definitely not up to what I have previously told everyone is the best quality cards you can buy. 3KEM is the best.Kem has been the gold standard for a long time. I recently bought a KEM poker set in standard Index and I love the quality. There was no break-in with these cards, straight out of the packaging they were so easy to shuffle (I usually table shuffle the cards casino style.)The printing on the cards was great, no marks or defects just colorful nicely detailed cards. I had a Kem bridge (narrow) set and a poker jumbo set I bought in the early '90s and although USPCC bought the KEM Co. the quality is about the same, I really can't feel the difference, I would not listen to people that say that old cards are much better, In my experience using older KEM cards and dozens of other cards paper and plastic, KEM is still producing the best. I added a picture showing the difference between KEM cards and the standard Bicycle cards, the KEM cards are much more detailed and colorful with a deeper color pallet and sharper image. The Standard Wide size is the best for playing poker the jumbos are ok but I like the classic look and full size of the JKQ's.I Also have a Copag Playing Card Set which is very nice and I like playing with them, but KEM's are much better and worth $10 more in price. So If you have been thinking of buying KEM's Just do it, You will have cards that can last Years (or decades) and know you have the best. 5
KEM Arrow Black and Gold, Bridge Size- Standard Index Playing Cards (Pack of 2)

KEM Arrow Black and Gold, Bridge Size- Standard Index Playing Cards (Pack of 2)

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€69,00
Sale price
€69,00
Regular price
€114,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€45,00)