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Offline efishnc

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The JO-CORE is Wild
« on: 03/31/21 21:59 UTC »
In honor of April 1, the jester's holiday...


Opposing leg/pincer colors


Alternating leg/pincer colors

Offline efishnc

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #1 on: 03/31/21 22:06 UTC »
These festive frogs were my first attempt at alternating cores.. the flat bodies were prone to overshooting the shapes on a consistent basis and getting sharp images was much more difficult.




Offline WALLEYE WACKER

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #2 on: 04/01/21 03:56 UTC »
That’s way out there efishnc.
Now we know you be in the house two long.
May your days be filled with sun shine and you always have a tight line. AMEN

Offline ctom

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #3 on: 04/01/21 06:56 UTC »
 These suit me. I'll take 50 of each. Can you deliver them by next Monday?

Offline DF

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #4 on: 04/01/21 16:09 UTC »
Dang E, you keep pushing these cores into new territory, well done!

Offline Lines

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #5 on: 04/01/21 16:33 UTC »
That's what I call playing with a loaded deck. That's amazing!

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #6 on: 04/01/21 17:05 UTC »
That’s way out there efishnc.
Now we know you be in the house two long.

Thanks Walleye... I may have taken in too many fumes during my garage forays (which alters a fella's  perspective).

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #7 on: 04/01/21 17:15 UTC »
These suit me.

Nice play on words. 

Ya know, if you would eliminate the cut-out shapes, the alternating core shoots perfect almost every time... so 50 of these would be easy, but adding the suits really turns it into more of a chore.


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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #8 on: 04/01/21 17:19 UTC »
Dang E, you keep pushing these cores into new territory, well done!

Thanks DF... I still have a few more ideas I would like to tackle, but it'll be hard to top this play... tune in next year, same bat channel, same bat time!

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #9 on: 04/01/21 18:12 UTC »
That's what I call playing with a loaded deck. That's amazing!

Great word play, Lines...

Well, truth be told, I came up with this idea last summer when I started the "Hey Rounders" thread, but since we really didn't have any poker fans on the forum, I opted not make any PO-CORE hands... however, because your loaded deck comment, I'll toss out an easy straight flush.


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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #10 on: 04/02/21 07:33 UTC »
A really cool design.  :)

Offline Shaunm81

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #11 on: 04/02/21 07:36 UTC »
Wow those are really nice

Offline efishnc

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #12 on: 04/02/21 15:46 UTC »
Thanks for the compliments, Dave and Shaun.

Offline alwrenn

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #13 on: 04/02/21 18:08 UTC »
Wow!  I would have never thunk it.  Great job as always!!

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Re: The JO-CORE is Wild
« Reply #14 on: 04/02/21 20:55 UTC »
Wow!  I would have never thunk it. 

Thanks al... I certainly did not want everybody knowing what to expect for this reveal because of how anti-climactic that would have been, so I tried to keep my clues somewhat obscure (yet they all had a tie into this)... I'm presuming the scrambled colors and shapes make sense now.