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It does take space when in use. But it shuffles easily end to end (long-ways.) Ask Nisaba - who uses hers a lot and who has TINY hands.

The images DESERVE to be this size, they really do.
I'm sure they do deserve to be that size. But that's also true of other decks. Lots of decks have fabulous art that would look great bigger. I just don't like dealing with a gigantic deck like that. It's too much. And I don't even have small hands.
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I like Scapiniís art style and am much interested in reading Thierry Depaulisís historical notes. So Iím looking forward to that project release.
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I got rid of mine and have been regretting it ever since, so this is wonderful news.

And thankfully the backs seem a tad more attractive than the godawful original ones. (I'm assuming that image #8 is the cardback.)
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