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"card cap"??? - Mon Jan 06, 2003, 05:17 PM
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dumb question BUT, if you have a lucky coin or token laying on your cards to protect them, what is this called? I have heard the term "card cap" - is this correct?

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Re: "card cap"??? - Mon Jan 06, 2003, 08:26 PM
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dumb question BUT, if you have a lucky coin or token laying on your cards to protect them, what is this called? I have heard the term "card cap" - is this correct?

Thanks for your intelligent answer to a not-so-intelligent question...
Yep. That's what it's called. Unless you have one that spins; then it's usually called a "spinner."
 
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Tue Jan 07, 2003, 02:37 PM
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Lou wrote:
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clubroyal wrote:
dumb question BUT, if you have a lucky coin or token laying on your cards to protect them, what is this called? I have heard the term "card cap" - is this correct?

Thanks for your intelligent answer to a not-so-intelligent question...


Yep. That's what it's called. Unless you have one that spins; then it's usually called a "spinner."
Hmmmmm..... we called "spinners" something entirely different then a "card cap"..... but, ya know, we could chalk that up to different backgrounds, I suppose.....
 
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Wed Jan 08, 2003, 03:04 PM
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Hmmmmm..... we called "spinners" something entirely different then a "card cap"..... but, ya know, we could chalk that up to different backgrounds, I suppose.....

Yep, "spinner" brings something else entirely to my mind, too. Now, having my idea of a "spinner" as a card cap - that would make for an interesting night of poker!
 

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