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    Default Deck protectors?

    I plan on getting the game during next week, and have tried finding an answer online but no luck.

    I'd like to keep my cards in mint condition from day one, so was just wondering if anyone have tried playing with sleeved cards (deck protectors)?

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    Why dont you register your current deck for online and then make good colour copies of the cards...that "should work"? Copies are known to work very well.

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    I'd prefer not to. Will test the deck protectors as soon as I get my deck. They should work as long as they don't cause a glare on the camera.

    The only time I'll consider copying cards is for play testing a deck before I invest in ultra rare singles, and couldn't get the card from a booster box or two.

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    Good idea! go for it, you seem like a collector anyway, so you might aswell try it out with the sleeves....

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    If u really want to protect ur cards...why dont u laminate them."hard plastic"keep for years and never bend.
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    Top CD Centurion has card sleeves at very reasonable prices. I use them for my EOJ cards and it keeps them in primo condition.

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