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Simone
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Hi all Geeks, I'm looking for a solution abuot protecting game cards, especially FFG format (57x90mm) ones (WotR, Doom, Fury of Dracula,...). I haven't found a solution yet
I'd like to know yours.

Thanks,
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Dave J McWeasely
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Just buy a new copy of the game every 9 months, and sell the spare parts you don't need on the geek.
 
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Jouni Korhonen
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What is the name of that plastis "sheet" what is used to cover ex. schoolbooks?? I use that stuff, it requires little bit time and patience but i think that its worth it!! I have protected my War of the ring and Memoir ´44 cards and it realy works nicely.

U just have to be realy carefull that u dont spoil your cards
 
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Rob Rob
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Clear shelf paper, matt finish. Cheap and easy to find.
 
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Richard Young
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If it's the cards you want to protect, standard card sleeves (yu-gi-oh size) are what I use. The Magic sleeves, which I presume to be the other "standard" size, are just a little too large. The trick is being able to find clear ones. The primary target market for these things appears to prefer all sorts of colors and special effects. The other downside is that I have to go into those comic stores to find them. Almost feels like condom shopping...
 
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