How can we use Copag Export marked playing cards with bridge size in different poker games? They are very different from the original playing cards because we marked them with an invisible ink kit, but there is no change in their appearance. Therefore, it is very safe to use it in Texas Hold’em, Omaha or Baccarat games. But how can our eyes not see these traces? Here’s some scientific backing.
First, we need to understand the spectrum. The spectrum is determined by the band, and the visible band is between 100-780nm. But in the band above 800nm, we need to use a camera to see, for example, we have a card with infrared markers. What’s more, the invisible ink we use to mark cards is also called infrared ink. So, to read these infrared marks, we need the help of contact lenses or infrared cameras. By the way, this contact lens is not an ordinary eye contact lens that we wear in our daily life. It uses sandwich process technology to reinforce infrared ink on clear contact lenses without harming your eyes. Also, it won’t change the color of your eyes when reading invisible inkblots.
The backs of the Copag Export marked playing cards are the same as the Copag Texas Hold’em cards and are colored red and blue. The nosepiece size makes it easy to hold by yourself, and the plastic material makes it last longer. This could be a good choice for you when choosing a card with the Copag mark.