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sibbie
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I don't usually go to Target and I stopped by today and found 2 decks of Bicycle and 5 Bicycle dice for $1.88. This was a clearance price but you might find the same deal in other stores.
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I live in oklahoma and they are on clearance for the same price here
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Thanks for posting, I'll have to run out and buy some tomorrow.
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Ha ha. I bought 29 packs of these last weekend. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one.

The only question is: What the heck do I do with all these dice?
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If anyone knows of something to do with the dice please post. I need all the ideas I can get!
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On a related topic:

Most of the decks were Bicycle 808s. However, a minority of them were Bicycle 807s. Has anyone else gotten these? They are in identical packaging, and the backs of the packaging have the exact same bar code and SKU. However, some of the decks say 808 on them, and some say 807-R-TG. They still say "Poker 808" on the box, but they have different barcodes from the printed on the card boxes themselves.

I did a Google search, and there's practically nothing. One guy from the Dan & Dave forums claims that they're Tally stock, and better than normal Bikes. Any confirmation?
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I'm intrigued, I'm heading for Target tomorrow.
Better brush up on Chink-a-Chink!
You can also give a pair of dice away every time you perform the Dr. Sachs Dice routine
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Or you can buy enough to do Martin Lewis' Dice Propagation...
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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Thanks for the tip.

GERRY'S Extreme Dice Stacking

~John
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Oh good, an endless supply for Warp one.. Smile
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Yup...or the Mercury Fold.. Smile ..
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On 2007-05-05 06:56, joseph wrote:
Or you can buy enough to do Martin Lewis' Dice Propagation...


How many is that? I have 120 of them now. ;o)

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On 2007-05-05 00:11, DStachowiak wrote:
I'm intrigued, I'm heading for Target tomorrow.
Better brush up on Chink-a-Chink!
You can also give a pair of dice away every time you perform the Dr. Sachs Dice routine


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Where is this routine taught?
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On 2007-05-05 00:11, DStachowiak wrote:
I'm intrigued, I'm heading for Target tomorrow.
Better brush up on Chink-a-Chink!
You can also give a pair of dice away every time you perform the Dr. Sachs Dice routine


Where is this routine taught?

Thanks,
Shawn

In print, it's in Bruce Elliot's "Classic Secrets of Magic", also in an old issue of "The Phoenix", I don't have the date right now, but the complete Phoenix is out in PDF on CD/Rom for like $15.
Bob Sheets Has a DVD out teaching the routine, the DVD is called "It's the Rules"
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On 2007-05-05 06:56, joseph wrote:
Or you can buy enough to do Martin Lewis' Dice Propagation...

How many is that? I have 120 of them now. ;o)


That's about right.... Smile ..
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Went to Target in Tampa today....Regular price's for thier card's no discount...2.99 apiece....
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Missed it, they were cleaned out. Regular single decks 2.99, but the pegs from the double packs were empty. I'm going to wonder about those 807s now until someone posts the answer. (Isn't one of the USPCC executives a member here?)
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I get decks for about $1.20 a piece at BJ's...
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You can get them at $1.07 at Sams but if you can get them for less you might as well go for it. (And don't forget the plethora of free dice with your discounted playing card purchase.)
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On 2007-05-05 19:09, DStachowiak wrote:
Missed it, they were cleaned out. Regular single decks 2.99, but the pegs from the double packs were empty. I'm going to wonder about those 807s now until someone posts the answer. (Isn't one of the USPCC executives a member here?)


I'm not a USPCC exec, but I believe that the '807-R-TG' SKU is in reference to a particular run of Rider-backs that were ordered by 'TarGet'. I believe that they all have a circular sticker advertising the Texas Hold'em Rules instead of the jaggedy bubble printed on the box.

George
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On 2007-05-05 19:09, DStachowiak wrote:
Missed it, they were cleaned out. Regular single decks 2.99, but the pegs from the double packs were empty. I'm going to wonder about those 807s now until someone posts the answer. (Isn't one of the USPCC executives a member here?)


I'm not a USPCC exec, but I believe that the '807-R-TG' SKU is in reference to a particular run of Rider-backs that were ordered by 'TarGet'. I believe that they all have a circular sticker advertising the Texas Hold'em Rules instead of the jaggedy bubble printed on the box.

George


Not in my case -- every single deck of "807s" are clean -- no "Texas Holdem" stickers in sight. =o)
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