Playing cards are usually rectangular (round in India) heavy paper or plastic cards, of the size of a hand, used to practice card games. A complete set is called a deck. Playing cards are some of the most used tools by illusionists, as well as in occult practices such as cartomancy. Various card games involve (or in any case support) gambling and disapprove some religious groups. They are also collectibles (distinctly from cards made for collectible card games): new or special bouquets are commonly produced for collectors, often with political, cultural or educational themes. Playing cards are also used to make buildings as castles on one or more floors.
One side of each card, face or face, brings distinctive marks to the other and determines its use in the rules of a particular game, while the other, the back or the back, is the same for all cards A bouquet, usually with abstract motif. In most games, the cards are grouped into a deck and their order is randomized by means of a mixed procedure to provide a casualty element in the game.
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