INCREDIBLE DECK OF SPECIALTY CARDS with RED BICYCLE BACKS!From U.S. Playing Card Co., maker of your favorite Bicycle cards!
Our demo video shows Peter performing THREE of the TEN ROUTINES included in the video instructions provided by the manufacturer.The video is about 10 minutes long.The second routine starts at about the 3:45 mark.The third routine starts at about the 6:28 mark.
Specifically, this is an assortment of playing cards that includes ALPHABET LETTER cards as well as SPECIALTY cards!
You will get 56 cards in total.
You'll get 39 cards with letters of the alphabet.
You'll get 17 specialty printed cards to go with the routines you'll learn from the manufacturer's ONLINE VIDEO INSTRUCTION.
In addition to this 56 cards deck, you will have access to an 85-minute video tutorial that explains 10 routines that can be performed with the cards in this deck.
Of course, you will also be able to customize for your own routines to reveal your own choice of places, things, names, etc.
OUR FAVORITE IS TO USE THIS DECK WITH THE CARD DUCK!
The Card Duck is a wonderful effect we carry (see blelow) in which a wooden duck grabs the chosen card in his bill.We find it is especially fun when the magician uses an ALPHABET DECK- like this one!The alphabet letters are much bolder than the faces of playing cards, and even young spectators understand letters more than playing card values.
The ALPHABET LETTER CARDS include:
The SYMBOL/CHARACTER CARDS include:
The WORD/PICTURE CARDS include:
Other SPECIAL CARDS include:
TAXIAll the letter cards are shuffled. The spectator selects four cards and forms a word with the chosen letters : the word Taxi. You collect the four cards, and after a magic gesture, they are transformed into a drawing representing a taxi.
26 IN 1The spectator chooses a card from the assortment of letter cards. You then reveal the prediction you have made to show that the letter on the spectator's card appears on the prediction card. But this card contains ALL THE LETTERS from A to Z! It's a joke! But then the card is transformed to show only the spectator's letter.
COINCIDENCEYou place three cards face down on the table and then gives the spectator a card with a question mark on it, which he places on top of one of the three cards. Then you show the spectator a deck of cards consisting of the letters of the alphabet. The spectator then selects five cards which are turned face up. You reveal that the spectator's chosen cards exactly spell the Greek letter under the question mark (e.g., Omega).
VISION TESTYou present your spectator with a card with letters of different sizes on it for a vision test. Then 16 cards with different letters are put on the table face up and face down. The spectator will then collect the cards as he wishes by turning over the cards of his choice. All the cards are collected face down and the spectator is asked to write a word with these letters. The completed word appears on the vision test card that was visible from the beginning.
And as you can see in our demo video, there are EVEN MORE TRICKS you'll learn with the video instruction included!
Cards are POKER size.They have the official Bicycle back design. CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN RED BACK ONLY.
These are great to use instead of regular playing cards if you are doing tricks for small children who don't recognize playing card suits. For example, use these cards if you want to use the Card Duck, where you let the duck "find" the card selected by the spectator. Very effective!
Great cards for mentalism routines! For example, you could secretly hide a specific letter card in the middle of a regular deck, and do the Cross Cut Force to make the person choose that letter, then "find" that letter in the deck.
Here is a FREE video lesson to teach you an EASY way to force a card, called the Cross Cut Force. Use this force anytime you need to control the selection of a card- it fools them every time!For this trick, you'll need to "force" a card on your spectator. In other words, you need to make it seem like he has a free choice, but really you are making him take the card that you need him to take. There are many ways to force a card, including the Cross Cut Force. We also carry several books and DVDs to teach you the different methods.