having to worry about the discards falling on the floor. It would also be viable on a windy day at the beach. Another aspect of the discard tray is that you can use the side opening to allow you to line up the discard pile in a manner that allows you to see all of the previously discarded cards, should a game need this function. However, this does not have the same benefits as the aforementioned discard tray usage, as the cards have to be lined up on a surface. This is a nice unit for gamers who like to travel and have games that use a discard pile. Currently it seems
its best use would be for a standard playing card deck. It will be interesting to see what the next series of double decker and triple decker products, as these will address the needs of larger sleeved decks, which are essential for those who play CCGâ€™s.
Creator: Chris Nichols Manufacturer: Narrows Hill Games
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