2 Colors or 4 Colors

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I used to play a two-color deck, after I started watching streamers I switched to four-color, you get used to it quickly and conveniently
 
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I think that every card deck on the planet should be 4 color,

A A A A

OR

A A A A

Certainly makes spotting flushes easier.

Also, Make the numbers and letters bigger, too,
 
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The 4-color deck allows you to see the cards better when playing from a mobile. But call me classic, since I prefer 2-color decks. Cheers
 
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I've played with 4 colour since it became an option. It's the first setting I change in any poker room I play in.

I think they should do it in televised live games. It might not be traditional, but it works better on TV. Online you get less time to act and may be playing multiple tables at the same time so it's a big help.
 
Iryna Stryzheuskaya

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Of course 4 colors. It’s easier, cards are better visible, why should I complicate my life?
 
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I didn’t know this was an option. I am going to try this as soon as I can.
 
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4 color

I prefer to play with a 4 color deck as when playing at multiple tables it makes it easier to give a quick glance and know if I should call / fold / or raise.

Just my thought

Good luck all at the tables :)))))))))
 
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I'm used to play with old style of cards with 2 color
 
SharkyJohn

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Definitely 4 colors. When I started playing I couldn't understand why people play 4 colors. I wanted things to be realistic😂 But then I got the point, 4 colors is easier to identify, and I play only 4, I even tried to find 4 color deck of cards, but I haven't😑
 
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I play with 2 colors, but I didn't even know I could change to 4 colors :). To be good for those who play many hours.
 
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It's 4 colors obviously. It's easy to recognise the cards without confusion.
 
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I play with the 4 colours or else I will miss the flushes that comes my way
 
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Definitely 4 colors . It's easier really better
 
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Obviously the 4 colors are much more functional because the flush is harder to watch but if you want to play live as well then I think it’s better not to get used to the 4 colors. The human just gets comfortable.
I’m a fan of 2 colors anyway, because that’s how much more real poker is the atmosphere of the game.
 
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4 Colors is the only way to go if you are multitabling.
 
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As above, as soon as I realized 4 colors was an option I switched and have never reverted back to two.

In fact I also like to tone everything down when I can from a graphic sense, so background and felt, the backs of cards etc. are all shades of grey and black. Then the cards really pop off the screen.
 
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I prefer the 2-color deck, but some poker rooms have very similar symbols (especially spades and clubs) and if I play multitable or on a mobile device, I happen to overlook the flush, so I had to switch to a 4-color deck.
 
HristoHristov

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4 colours is easyer when playing multi tables. Otherwise can miss some flush...
 
xFlyVOx

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I play 2 colors cuz I don't want my eyes and brain to get used to a colorful deck. If I do, when I play real table poker it could be trouble.
 
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Oh yes 4 colors and big “UNO” design... did this when I was 8 tabling during the pre-black Friday era... makes it easier to make quick decisions... it is now the first thing I do for any App/site I join
 
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