The Card Deck Holder is a plastic apparatus in the shape of an X for holding playing cards in a unique and convenient manner.
Inventor Thomas J. Bennett of Jacksonville, FL has created a plastic apparatus in the shape of an X for holding playing cards in a unique and convenient manner.
Card games are among the most popular of todays recreational and social activities. Millions of people enjoy the thousands of existing card game variations. These games are popular among people of all ages as they provide a means to gather with friends and socialize. However, playing cards that are left on a table have the tendency to scatter and become unorganized. Cards frequently become lost, too. Inventor Bennett has created a means for playing cards to be left outside of the box, without fear of the cards becoming lost or disorderly.
This clever new invention stacks playing cards. It prevents cards from scattering. It fits a standard deck of cards. It is great for multiple decks. It is convenient for travel. The use of the Card Deck Holder stacks playing cards in a tray for an improved appearance and better organization in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.