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"Bridge" cut & "Poker" cut sizes

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Anonymous

Does anyone know what the exact sizes for "Bridge" cut & "Poker" cut are?

Also, are these two the "standard" or is there another one that I'm missing.

Thank you in advance.

FastLearner
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"Bridge" cut & "Poker" cut sizes

Some of the questions you're asking have been answered before. While it's not a big deal, it would be nice if you'd try the search feature before asking a question, just in case it's already been answered. You'd use it like this:

At the top of the forums click "Search".

In the search terms box type: bridge and poker and size

Three links will appear, one of which is your thread and the other two discuss standard card sizes.

--=--

To save you some time, bridge cards are 2.25" x 3.5", and poker cards are 2.5" x 3.5". Those two are the most common standard size. Trivia cards, like those in Trivial Pursuit, are normall smaller than that, and don't have rounded corners, both of which should save you some money.

Hope that helps.

-- Matthew

Anonymous
"Bridge" cut & "Poker" cut sizes

Sorry about that (I'm still a newbie). I will do that in the future.

I opened up my old monopoly board and I noticed that the weight of the two style of cards (chance card vs property card) are completly different in weight. I have read many posts here regarding weight of cards to get. Would you happen to know what the weight of the chance card vs the property card is? (the chance card is very flimsy and the property card feels nice and solid)

I tried doing a search for it but I couldn't find it.

FastLearner
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"Bridge" cut & "Poker" cut sizes

No need to apologize... folks miss the search feature all the time. :)

nosissies
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"Bridge" cut & "Poker" cut sizes

Here's a random thought...

Would it make sense for us to collect these sorts of questions and put them in the FAQ? The FAQ could very neatly contain links to the related threads as well.

My first reaction to my own question is that it may end up overlapping the "web resources" section of the site, but it may provide another useful way of navigating the content which everyone is generating here. This may be of particular value since it seems that often people come to this site with a specific question in mind, and often it is a question that has been asked many times before.

Perhaps a wiki type document might work, so the community at large can help maintain it?

peace,
Tom

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"Bridge" cut & "Poker" cut sizes

We're on the cusp of getting a wiki going... the software is installed and we're working through editorial and base organizational issues. I hope to see it soon.

Great ideas, all. If the wiki doesn't get going soon I'll put some of my collected links into the FAQ or somewhere similar.

-- Matthew

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