Easy way to force TWO different cards using the same deck- absolutely no skill!
Here is an EASY and FOOLPROOF way to force TWO DIFFERENT cards using a single deck. All you have to do is spread the cards face down, and let your spectator choose his two cards. He'll get two different ones, but you'll know exactly which two he chose.
Why? Because half the deck is all one card, the other half is all the other card. Pretty clever!
All you have to do is to make sure the first card is selected from the top half of the deck, and the second card is selected from the other half, just like you see me do in the demo video above.
"Forcing a card" is the skill of making your spectator think he has a free choice in choosing a card from the deck, when in reality you have secretly made him choose a particular specific card. Many, many card tricks depend on the spectator choosing the right card. You can either spend many hours learning this skill, or you can INSTANTLY have this skill by using this special deck!
How can you use this deck?
If you don't have time to learn the skill required to force cards,the Two Way Force Deck is your answer! Even if you are a seasoned pro and already know how to force a card, this deck gives you a foolproof method of forcing, for those times when you just don't want to mess up!
WHICH FORCE DECK IS FOR YOU?
If you would rather learn to force regular cards, please see our Forcing a Card DVD.
These cards are Poker size, with the official Bicycle back design.
Guaranteed First Quality! You're protected when you buy from MagicTricks.com!These are official FIRST QUALITY cards from U.S. Playing Card Co. SO BEWARE! If you see Bicycle Brand cards at a cheap price elsewhere, they may be factory "seconds"! Those cards were cut or printed a bit crooked, and did not pass quality control, which is why they are cheaper. You get what you pay for!
Deck is Poker size with Bicycle back design.PLEASE NOTE: the two cards that make up your Force Deck will probably be different from what you see in the product photo above, or in the demo video.Sorry, there is no choice of force card. We ship what we have on hand.You may ask for a general card, such as a red card or a black card, for example, and we can usually accommodate that request.
The Force Deck principle appears in magic books as early as 1560.
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