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Subject: Sleeved Cards won't Fit in the Tin rss

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Sleeved cards that don't fit in an insert is one thing. Sleeved cards that don't fit back in the box after removing that insert is...

Edit: With a little creativity I managed a way to get everything back in the tin.

* Place the manual at the bottom of the tin now. Alternatively, you can later choose to place the manual in the tin after all the cards have fit.

*Separate the deck into two stacks.
- One stack of about 20-25 cards. The other stack will consist of everything else.

*Place the larger stack flat against one of the tin's walls.

*Start sliding the top half of that stack to the other end of the tin. While sliding, the bottom and middle deck cards in should be in a relatively similar position. The bottom half of the deck deck should have been fanned out from wall to wall of the tin while slid. The top part of the deck will be at an angle.

*Place the remaining stack (20-25 cards) on top of the fanned out deck already placed.
- The top cards of the larger deck and the 20-25 card stack should now be angling towards each other. Visually, resemble two sides and the point of a triangle.

*Close the tin.
 
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Jeff Quick

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What size sleeves fit the cards and how many?
 
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Gabriel N
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Thanks, maybe I will buy this game... can you add a picture?

EDIT: Just got the game and sleeved the cards with Mayday Card Game Size Standard quality, the thinner ones, and sleeved cards fit back in the tin just fine.
 
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