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Introducing our new Playing Cards

Discussion in 'Suggestions / Comments / Criticisms / Problems' started by Admin Team, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. Admin Team

    Admin Team Administrators Admins

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    Hi Folks,

    Thanks to feedback from Douglas Zare, we have implemented Playing Card smilies so that you can easily post cards and hands.

    You have 2 easy ways of inserting cards:

    1) Point & Click: Click the "Smilie" icon on the text editor toolbar, then click the "Cards" tab that appears below the message, and then just click on the Cards you wish to insert.

    2) Text: Type the number/letter of the card you wish to insert surrounded by colons (:). So, for example, if you wanted to insert an Ace card, you would just type :A:

    Here's what they look like:

    :2: :3: :4: :5: :6: :7: :8: :9: :10: :J: :Q: :K: :A:


    If you would like something similar for your Gambling/Trading field, just let us know here in this thread.

    Please keep the feedback coming so that we can continue to improve our new site.

    Thank you.
     
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  2. Admin Team

    Admin Team Administrators Admins

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    Douglas made another great suggestion to add a Full 52 Deck of Cards. Ask, and ye shall receive.

    You have the same 2 methods as above for inserting cards from the full deck, with the full deck using the standard notation it you want to input them using text.

    Here's what the text notation looks like:

    :2c: :2d: :2h: :2s:
    :3c: :3d: :3h: :3s:
    :4c: :4d: :4h: :4s:
    :5c: :5d: :5h: :5s:
    :6c: :6d: :6h: :6s:
    :7c: :7d: :7h: :7s:
    :8c: :8d: :8h: :8s:
    :9c: :9d: :9h: :9s:
    :Tc: :Td: :Th: :Ts:
    :Jc: :Jd: :Jh: :Js:
    :Qc: :Qd: :Qh: :Qs:
    :Kc: :Kd: :Kh: :Ks:
    :Ac: :Ad: :Ah: :As:

    And here are the corresponding results:

    :2c::2d::2h::2s:
    :3c::3d::3h::3s:
    :4c::4d::4h::4s:
    :5c::5d::5h::5s:
    :6c::6d::6h::6s:
    :7c::7d::7h::7s:
    :8c::8d::8h::8s:
    :9c::9d::9h::9s:
    :Tc::Td::Th::Ts:
    :Jc::Jd::Jh::Js:
    :Qc::Qd::Qh::Qs:
    :Kc::Kd::Kh::Ks:
    :Ac::Ad::Ah::As:


    Again, If you would like something similar for your Gambling/Trading field, just let me know here in this thread and we will implement it.

    Please keep the feedback coming, folks.

    Thank you.
     
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  3. VegasGalPoker

    VegasGalPoker Active Member Lineage to Founders

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    Nice work! Thanks for this! It will be great for hand analysis posts!
     
  4. Harley

    Harley Active Member Lineage to Founders

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    Interesting ... can you do the same for the 6 different sides of 1 die ?

    ... then we could use to illustrate dice sets, etc. by putting 2 of the dice together
     
  5. Admin Team

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    Done. Thanks for the suggestion.
     
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  6. Anna Loudon

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    Now how do you change the card to a heart, diamond, spade, or club so us Baccarrat players can appreciate this.
     
  7. Admin Team

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    Here's what the text notation looks like for a full deck:

    :2c: :2d: :2h: :2s:
    :3c: :3d: :3h: :3s:
    :4c: :4d: :4h: :4s:
    :5c: :5d: :5h: :5s:
    :6c: :6d: :6h: :6s:
    :7c: :7d: :7h: :7s:
    :8c: :8d: :8h: :8s:
    :9c: :9d: :9h: :9s:
    :Tc: :Td: :Th: :Ts:
    :Jc: :Jd: :Jh: :Js:
    :Qc: :Qd: :Qh: :Qs:
    :Kc: :Kd: :Kh: :Ks:
    :Ac: :Ad: :Ah: :As:
     

  8. miles (SteveH)

    miles (SteveH) New Member

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    Thats awesome, thanks admin!
     
  9. El8482

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    Love it! Nicely done. Thanks. I love such pictures and have some on my walls . Looks very modern though.
     

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