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Wade Larsen
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Can anyone suggest a card holder solution for our massive 175+ dungeon deck of premium sleeved cards? We haven’t been placing the full stack but it would be nice to have more without it collapsing. So far I’m thinking something like this...

https://www.thebrokentoken.com/tabletop-card-holder-2-tray-s...

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I draw them out of the box insert. Works great.
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I make a 4 or 5 packs to draw.
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You could make a simple double stack holder from foamcore for less, and tailor it to your exact needs - back, base, two ends and a centre divider easily cut from a single A4 (Letter) sized sheet.
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sprocketeye wrote:
Can anyone suggest a card holder solution for our massive 175+ dungeon deck of premium sleeved cards? We haven’t been placing the full stack but it would be nice to have more without it collapsing. So far I’m thinking something like this...

https://www.thebrokentoken.com/tabletop-card-holder-2-tray-s...

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I have a couple four-slot card holders from them that a I use for various games (specifically got multiple because of Eldritch Horror). Maybe not the cheapest option, but I like them.
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I use the Hold-It Card Organizer. http://www.innovatiuminc.com/
It holds sleeved cards. They are out of stock right now, but are suppose to be making more.
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ol_bubba wrote:
I use the Hold-It Card Organizer. http://www.innovatiuminc.com/
It holds sleeved cards. They are out of stock right now, but are suppose to be making more.

I REALLY REALLY wish they would have chosen a transparent material for this ... it covers WAY too much of the cards faces... :( Otherwise, the dimensions are great.
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Manuel Gracia
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This person makes a sleeved card holder or caddy thing on Etsy:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/225831889/large-card-stand-for-...

Or maybe you can use an UltraPro card holder like this and keep the lid off with the case placed vertically and let the cards partially out face down. This is what I do when I play Seasons.

https://www.amazon.com/Ultra-Pro-81147-2-Piece-Storage/dp/B0...

Hope that helps.
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All great ideas. I think I’m going to make one out of foamcore. But for now we are using the UltaPro card holder that Manuel suggested as a caddy. I completely forgot I already had one of those laying around.

Thanks for all the great suggestions 👍
 
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We use the two-bay holder from Broken Token for the dungeon and the three-bay for the reserve cards.
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I have some generic clear acrylic business card holders from Amazon. Works well for other games as well (i.e. Eldritch Horror and Robinson Crusoe).
 
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What about using one of the poker "shoes"? That would hold a lot of cards. I am not sure how one would work with sleeved cards though, since I don't play poker.
 
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