Force Decks Comparison

Force Decks Comparison Chart

  One-Way Force Deck
One Way Deck
 
Two-Way Force Deck
Two-Way Deck
 
50-50 Force Deck
50-50 Deck
 
Svengali Deck
Svengali Deck
 
Mirage Deck
Mirage Deck
 
Pop-Eyed Popper Deck
Pop-Eyed Popper Deck
 
Different force cards one two one one one one
Deck Contents made up of all the same card, with a "cover" card half the deck is one card, the other half is a second card, with a "cover" card

the cards that are the same are grouped together
half the deck is one card, the other half are all different cards

the cards that are the same are grouped together
half the deck is one card, the other half are all different cards

every other card is the same
half the deck is one card, the other half are all different cards

every other card is the same
half the deck is one card, the other half are all different cards

every other card is the same
How To Force the Card card chosen from face-down spread OR from cutting the deck card chosen from face-down spread card chosen from face-down spread card chosen from cutting the deck card chosen from face-down spread OR from cutting the deck card chosen from face-down spread
Special Features absolutely foolproof and the easiest to use two different force cards in one deck you can fan the cards (if you only fan the half that's different) to show all different card faces you can flip the cards to show all different card faces, or show all the same

any cut will automatically cut to the force card
you can flip or spread the cards to show all different card faces, or show all the same

any cut will automatically cut to the force card
you can spread the cards to show all different card faces
 
All decks above are Poker size with Bicycle back designs.
None of the decks can be shuffled. Some can be cut, though.
 
What is a "cover" card?
A "cover" card is the card that is placed on the bottom of the deck to cover the faces of the rest of the cards. If your spectator catches a glimpse of the faces side of your deck, he will see a random card instead of the force card. For example, if you have a One-Way deck that is all 3 of Hearts cards, you will use a "cover" card (say, the 10 of Spades) and place that card on the bottom of your deck. Your spectator will see the Bicycle back design on one side of your deck, and the face of the 10 of Spades on the other side. He will have no idea that all of the rest of the cards are 3 of Hearts!
 
What is the difference between "flip", "fan" and "spread"?
"Flip" means holding the deck by the shorter edge and flipping through the cards like you would flip the pages of a book. This allows your spectator to get a look at all the individual cards. "Fan" and "spread" are very similar. "Fan" means to display the cards spread out in your hand. "Spread" means to display the cards so you can see a series of individual cards.
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