Deck of playing cards with bold letters on the faces!BONUS: Free video- HOW TO FORCE A CARDBONUS: How To - Six Tricks with This Deck
Playing cards- with alphabet letters on the faces! Perfect for kids shows! Perfect for mentalists! Perfect for using with the Card Duck trick!
And perfect for designing your own tricks- using either the full pack of cards, or individual alphabet cards in place of those in a regular deck.
Though these are not Bicycle back, they are of a high quality linen finish. Bridge size deck with BIG BOLD alphabet letters on the faces.
This deck contains 54 cards. You'll get 2-As, 2-Bs, 2-Cs, 2-Ds, 3-Es, 2-Fs, 3-Gs, 2-Hs, 2-Is, 2-Js, 2-Ks, 2-Ls, 2-Ms, 3-Ns, 3-Os, 2-Ps, 1-Q, 2-Rs, 3-Ss, 3-Ts, 2-Us, 1-V, 2-Ws, 1-X, 1-Y, 1-Z, and one blank faced card.
BONUS when you buy from MagicTricks.com! You'll also get a set of printed instructions that will teach you two different ways to force a card, as well as six tricks using Alphabet cards!
Cards are BRIDGE size, which are slightly narrower than regular Poker size cards.They have a custom back design (they are NOT Bicycle back).
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!These cards also work well when doing tricks using the Rabbit In Hat Puppet. Children get a kick out of being able to participate, and they can if you use alphabet cards.Great cards for mentalism routines! For example, you could secretly hide a specific letter card in the middle of a regular Bridge size 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.
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