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Lance Taylor, card room supervisor, said: "We switched the deck of cards so the dealer dealt a 'fake flop' with the words 'Ranny will you marry me Saranne'.
The deck of cards is a limited edition and is available for sale at the Journal office for $5 per deck.
Memorize a deck of cards in less than one minute, 30 seconds.
From social home games to competitive state and national tournaments, Bridge is a sophisticated, complex, challenging, and entertaining pastime whose only requirements are a deck of cards and a table.
The LCD screen-equipped handheld receiver is about the size of a deck of cards, and does not require a projector, computer, or an electrical outlet for operation.
As a speaker gives his presentation, an interpreter speaks into the PrivacyMic, which is connected to the transmitter (about the size of a deck of cards).
Card tricks figure prominently with 'Notes on Pietro Aretino's Le Carte Parlanti' by Aurelio Paviatto, 'Sharpers and their Tricks in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modem Times' by Robert Jutte, and Vanni Bossi 'On the Prearrangement and Mnemonic Use of a Deck of Cards'.
So I told her: "Get me anything with diamonds." She got me a deck of cards.
Pair a tarot deck of Da Vinci details with a book written by a tarot expert and you have a winning combination which provides a lovely deck of cards for divination in time for release of the film THE DA VINCI CODE this spring.
A serving of three to four ounces is about the size of a deck of cards.
The team also produced tools, such as a deck of cards (shown at right), for leaders to use with their teams in meetings to help foster discussion and ensure compliance.
There was no common deck of cards; each player compiled his own separate hand from cards that he had bought or traded over the years.