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UV MARKED CARDS DA VINCI RUOTE POKER JUMBO

UV MARKED CARDS DA VINCI RUOTE POKER JUMBO

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These cards are seen by UV contact lenses and UV sunglasses.

  • Made in Italy
  • 100% Plastic Washable Playing Cards
  • Poker size 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inch Jumbo (large) Index
  • Hard shell plastic case and 2 cut cards are included

If you’re into poker and always looking for an edge, you might have heard about infrared marked cards. These marked cards use special chemical liquids based on chemical and optical science principles. The card marking ink creates markings that are invisible to the naked eyes. Only with the use of a playing card reader eye lens like contact lenses for cheating playing cards or an infrared scope camera can these unseen marks be detected.

From my personal experience, the first time I encountered these infrared marked cards was during a friendly game of poker. A friend showed me how the special chemical liquids made the markings completely invisible. It was fascinating to see the power of chemical and optical science at play. The card marking ink they used was undetectable without the right tools. Only when using a playing card reader eye lens or an infrared scope camera did the unseen marks become visible. This technology, though primarily used for cheating playing cards, showcases a clever use of infrared technology.

The ingenuity lies in the simplicity of the tools. The contact lenses designed for detecting these markings are almost indistinguishable from regular lenses. Similarly, an infrared scope camera looks like a standard device but has the capability to reveal the secrets hidden by the special chemical liquids. This makes infrared marked cards a topic of great interest not only for poker enthusiasts but also for those fascinated by the intersection of chemical and optical science.

Interestingly, the principles behind these marked cards can be applied to various fields, showcasing the versatility of chemical and optical science. Whether you’re a poker player or someone interested in the science behind infrared technology, understanding how card marking ink works and how invisible markings can be detected opens up a world of possibilities.

Product Features

These infrared marked cards are crafted with precision in Italy and are designed for durability. Made from 100% plastic, they are washable, ensuring longevity even with frequent use. The poker size of 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches with a jumbo (large) index makes them easy to read and handle during games.

Each set comes in a hard shell plastic case, which includes two cut cards. This ensures that the cards are well-protected and ready for play at any time. The use of UV contact lenses and UV sunglasses allows players to see the markings that are otherwise invisible to the naked eyes. This combination of high-quality materials and innovative technology makes these cards a unique addition to any poker game.

FAQS

Are there specific brands or types of cards that are known to be less prone to warping compared to others?

In addressing the query about which card brands are less likely to warp, the passage identifies Fournier, Dal Negro, King, and Cartamundi Belgium as brands that have shown remarkable resistance to bowing. Conversely, brands such as Kem, Modiano, DaVinci, Faded Spade, Gemaco, Piatnik, Copag, and the early versions of desjgn (utilizing Modiano stock) have all exhibited some degree of warping according to this account.

Are there specific brands or types of cards that are known to be less prone to warping compared to others?

In addressing the query about which card brands are less likely to warp, the passage identifies Fournier, Dal Negro, King, and Cartamundi Belgium as brands that have shown remarkable resistance to bowing. Conversely, brands such as Kem, Modiano, DaVinci, Faded Spade, Gemaco, Piatnik, Copag, and the early versions of desjgn (utilizing Modiano stock) have all exhibited some degree of warping according to this account.

Are there specific brands or types of cards that are known to be less prone to warping compared to others?

In addressing the query about which card brands are less likely to warp, the passage identifies Fournier, Dal Negro, King, and Cartamundi Belgium as brands that have shown remarkable resistance to bowing. Conversely, brands such as Kem, Modiano, DaVinci, Faded Spade, Gemaco, Piatnik, Copag, and the early versions of desjgn (utilizing Modiano stock) have all exhibited some degree of warping according to this account.

Are there any specific actions to avoid when trying to fix warped cards, such as heating them with an iron?

When attempting to repair warped cards, it is important to avoid using heat-based methods such as ironing. Applying heat can cause the cards to shrink and potentially incur further damage instead of rectifying the warping.

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