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  • Read this article to find out how playing card holders bring smiles to children, the elderly and even adults. Having ahistory of more than 11 centuries from Central Asia all theway to the Americas card games are without a doubt, oneof the most universal forms of entertainment. They can be played outside, inside, on tables, or on the floor.
  • Unlike other kinds of activities, card games are not limited by age, strength or sex. All you really need to play is a setof cards, a few friends, and a desire to win. Unfortunately, however, for the elderly, the disabled or even adults withsmall hands or a limited grip, the game can be hindered by your ability to hold up your cards. Playing card holders have been developed to solve all these challenges.
  • Playing card holders can be especially useful for gamessuch as canasta or hand and foot where a large number ofcards are required to be held. They come in a wide variety of shapes, colors and sizes, but are generally either made of wood or plastic and are washable. Some card holders can hold many decks, but they all allow one card to bepulled while the others stay in place. In addition to making the game easier to play, playing card holders are also useful as they enhance the life of the playing cards themselves. View slide
  • The plastic round kind normally have a grippingmechanism that ranges from a simple foam lining to those that are spring-loaded. Other options include the woodplaying card holder and the 4-triangle shaped card holder which both make holding a large number of cards much easier. View slide
  • The playing card holder for disabled individuals (such as those with only one hand and/or limited function in their upper extremities) is also widely available. These include plastic models that also hold pencils and coins and wooden ones that can hold more than one row of cards.Some wooden card holders even allow cards to be flipped down with a single touch. Versions for kids can be handheld, tabletop, or both and can hold up to 20 cards. These come in a variety of bright and festive colors. Someare available in sets of two and others come in sets of four.
  • In addition to those card holders that serve to hold up your cards during the game, there are also playing card boxes and playing card cases that can be used to store your cards, travel with them, or just keep them in oneplace while not being used. Tabletop versions are usuallymade from plastic and can hold up to nine decks of cards,while portable travel versions are often made of leather and look like large wallets.
  • While we all love a good game of cards, holding on tothose cards and keeping them all in place may not always be easy. And even though card games require very little expertise to play, playing card accessories can add to the fun and make the game more enjoyable.
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