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I take my cards with me everywhere I go and even though the card guards that I have (both from penguin) scratch the box a little they do seem to help the cards survive so that's pretty good!!!

and I do think it looks pretty cool....

Rob Johnston
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I thought I posted here, but I guess I did not.

I am an avid Baseball card collector, so I have a lot of plastic cases (both deck size and individual). I just use them for my decks and gaffs as well.
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I have been using a metal card press for years (de rigueur for the humid Houston weather), but I just bought the Porper press. I am very pleased and I think it adds a touch of class to my act. Small touch, but the brushed onyx looks cool and very professional.

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