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Subject: 1986 Vintage Deluxe Uno: Card Size rss

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Cole Hammond
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Any idea if the 1986 Vintage Deluxe Uno cards are bridge size or poker size? I've tried to find this online, but haven't been able to. I purchased 1986 Vintage Deluxe Uno off Amazon and haven't opened it yet. The seller says it's only returnable if it's unopened so I'm trying to figure out before I open it. I prefer the wider poker size cards. The 1978 version of Uno has bridge size cards.

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Amy P
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I'm not 100% sure on the difference between bridge size and poker size, but I got out my old copy of Uno (from an old deluxe set with scoring cards and the deck holder.)

The Uno cards are narrower than the standard playing cards I have, but the same height.


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flutegirl wrote:
I'm not 100% sure on the difference between bridge size and poker size, but I got out my old copy of Uno (from an old deluxe set with scoring cards and the deck holder.)

The Uno cards are narrower than the standard playing cards I have, but the same height.



That's bridge size.
 
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Geoffrey Burrell
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Poker cards are 63.5mm x 88.9mm while bridge cards 56mm x 88.9mm. So they must be bridge card size.
 
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