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Topic # 245177 22-Jan-2019 15:52
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As per the title I am after a pack (prefer 2, but that's being picky) of Planning Poker cards.  Not fussed on who makes them as long as they follow the normal number sequence.  Ideally I would like to be able to pickup in Auckland in the next couple of days.

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  Reply # 2165555 22-Jan-2019 15:55
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Sorry this is not related but someone else may also find this useful.

 

This is not related to Poker the gambling game!

 

It's to do with Agile Kaizen connected workplace flow stuffs (insert cool words here), you know, the words those big wigs throw around to look cool and motivate people instead of actually doing work.






 


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  Reply # 2165561 22-Jan-2019 16:07
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Coil:

 

Sorry this is not related but someone else may also find this useful.

 

This is not related to Poker the gambling game!

 

It's to do with Agile Kaizen connected workplace flow stuffs (insert cool words here), you know, the words those big wigs throw around to look cool and motivate people instead of actually doing work.


 

 

 

 

i was going to reply that countdown sells them or 2 dollar shop sells them for 5 dollars.

 

lucky you clarify 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2165569 22-Jan-2019 16:26
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How hard would they be to make?

 

 

 

Edit: It looks like you can download a PDF and print them yourself.

 

Edit again: there's an app for this which I guess you wont need cards for.





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Reply # 2165581 22-Jan-2019 17:01
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Yeah, what Coil says.  Only cool, highly paid people need these.  And having them means I can increase my hourly rate ;-)




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  Reply # 2165582 22-Jan-2019 17:02
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Technofreak:

 

How hard would they be to make?

 

 

 

Edit: It looks like you can download a PDF and print them yourself.

 

Edit again: there's an app for this which I guess you wont need cards for.

 



Thought about this but need to print them on card stock.  Although it would be cool to have them customised.....


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  Reply # 2165933 23-Jan-2019 08:24
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or just get an app 


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  Reply # 2165938 23-Jan-2019 08:28
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I initially thought they were come sort of special playing cards that helped you count cards or something to win at poker...


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  Reply # 2165943 23-Jan-2019 08:36
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Coil:

Sorry this is not related but someone else may also find this useful.


This is not related to Poker the gambling game!


It's to do with Agile Kaizen connected workplace flow stuffs (insert cool words here), you know, the words those big wigs throw around to look cool and motivate people instead of actually doing work.




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  Reply # 2165948 23-Jan-2019 08:49
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Don't understand your market?

 

Worried about offending people by through making a decision?

 

Try using playing cards that 'guesstimate' your 'ROI' and feel better about your poor outcomes.

 

After all, it was your cards that stuffed up, not you!

 

 


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  Reply # 2165964 23-Jan-2019 09:34
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Dunnersfella:

Don't understand your market?


Worried about offending people by through making a decision?


Try using playing cards that 'guesstimate' your 'ROI' and feel better about your poor outcomes.


After all, it was your cards that stuffed up, not you!


 



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