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Hiram Witkop
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I have heard of people sleeving their cards and then putting the sleeved cards into binders. How is this done and what brand of sleeves and binder sleeves do you use to fit the sleeved cards.

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Peder Bergenwall
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I've sleeved the cards with FFG's Solid Color sleeves, and placed them in a Ultra Pro Premium Binder - the binder fits sleeved cards perfectly.
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I use that Ultra Pro Premium binder as well and I'm very happy with it.
 
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kollapse wrote:
I've sleeved the cards with FFG's Solid Color sleeves, and placed them in a Ultra Pro Premium Binder - the binder fits sleeved cards perfectly.


1 card per pocket?

Also, I recently bought a case of the clear sleeves from FF, 63.5 x 88mm. These seem to be noticeably longer than any other sleeves I've used. The solid sleeves you linked to share the same dimensions. They don't seem too long for the pockets?

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I'm unsure why you would stick them in a binder? Are they just for reference to build a deck or what? I'm curious because I like the idea of sticking them in a binder.
 
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TravmacDaddy wrote:
I'm unsure why you would stick them in a binder? Are they just for reference to build a deck or what? I'm curious because I like the idea of sticking them in a binder.

For both. I use two binders - one for the Corporation cards and one for the Runner cards. I organize them by faction and then further organize the cards by type within each faction. I even put a grayscale copy of the card behind each slot in case I use all the cards from that slot.
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Mateui wrote:
TravmacDaddy wrote:
I'm unsure why you would stick them in a binder? Are they just for reference to build a deck or what? I'm curious because I like the idea of sticking them in a binder.

For both. I use two binders - one for the Corporation cards and one for the Runner cards. I organize them by faction and then further organize the cards by type within each faction. I even put a grayscale copy of the card behind each slot in case I use all the cards from that slot.


Do you just take them out when your making the deck?
 
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I have recently reorganized my binder. Rather than sorting them strictly by faction, I have organized them by type, then faction.

For example, the first Corp page is all the identities. The second and third pages are the agendas (sorted by faction). And so on. In this way, all of the code gates are on one page, all of the barriers -- and it's easier for me to compare them directly, since I don't have the cards all memorized (despite my 50 plays of the game).

I like the idea about a grayscale version of the card.
 
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Personally, I hated sleeving and unsleeving and doing all those maintenance things when I played magic, and with Netrunner, I'm happy to keep things as simple and streamlined as possible, and that means sleeving everything in 3s, get as small a box as can still contain all the cards, use dividers, and that's about all that's needed. I'm super fast building and dismantling decks to build another. Binders? No ways.
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