Mirage Deck
Force a card easily and accurately!

Mirage Deck


Force your spectator to choose the card you want him to take, easily and accurately!


Ages 13 and up   Level 2

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Perhaps the best forcing deck ever devised!


This is a deck you can display to a spectator as an "ordinary deck" and yet make him choose the card YOU want him to choose- every time!
How great is that!
There is so much you can do with this deck- and it's SO EASY TO USE!

Here's just one of hundreds of tricks you can do:
Fan the deck and have your spectator select any card.
Let him put the card back into the pack.
Shuffle the pack and make four piles on the table.
Let your spectator point to any pile.
Remove the top card of the pile and set it aside on the table.
Put the piles back together.
Fan the deck and let the spectator look for his card.
The card is missing!
Turn over the card that was set aside on the table.
It's the spectator's card!

Fool those who are familiar with the Svengali Deck!
For the advanced magician, this is a "roughed" Svengali Deck, allowing you to fan the cards and make it appear as though every card is different.

And once this deck gives you the ability to force a card, there are many, many, MANY tricks you can do!
The instructions include several tricks, but thousands more can be found in most books and DVDs on general card magic, like the Royal Road To Card Magic available from MagicTricks.com.

These cards are Poker size, with the official Bicycle back design.

Guaranteed First Quality!
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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!

What You Get

Here's what you'll get:

  • Mirage Deck
  • easy printed instructions

And that's all you need!
Deck is Poker size with Bicycle back design.

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History and Trivia:

The Svengali Deck was introduced by Ralph W. Hull.

The Force Deck principle appears in magic books as early as 1560.

Interested in magic history?
Visit our free online Magic Library, full of biographies of famous magicians plus lots of magic history and trivia!

Customer Reviews

Better than Svengali
This is basically like a Svengali deck, but you can spread the cards. This allows you to show the spectators that all the cards are different, when in fact it does not matter what card they pick, it will always be the one you want.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from OH. on 8/23/2015
like this one
Such a genius alternative to your average Svengali and looks way more natural. You can even spread through the cards face up. If you like a Svengali deck you will love the Mirage deck.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from ND. on 6/16/2015
Classic plus . . .
A classic of card magic, a Svengali deck is a terrific tool, and this one appealed to me because of the roughing which would allow me to fan, or even ribbon spread the cards to further prove it was a normal deck. (I'm using a lot of quotation marks this review) After a while of regular use the roughing (there I go again) wore off or lost it's effectiveness in holding the cards together, but even then I'm still left a very nice Bicycle back Svengali deck.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from UT. on 5/31/2015
PERFECT card force. Imagine spreading the deck showing every card different. The spectator touches the back of the card, and takes it. You then know EXACTLY what card it is! Imagine the possibilities!
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from SC. on 1/2/2015

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