Become an amazing card magician- instantly!
Perhaps the most famous trick deck of all time, the incredible Svengali Deck lets you do the most amazing magic tricks with cards- INSTANTLY! No skill required!
The Svengali Deck is constructed using an ingenious secret gimmick, something that lets you perform stunning card magic tricks as soon as you take the deck out of the box! No special skill is needed, no previous experience with magic is necessary!
And that is why this is a Customer Favorite- the most popular trick deck we sell!
Take a card from the deck, put it back, and suddenly all the cards in the deck now change to match that chosen card! Or let your spectator choose a card- and the card can instantly appear in your pocket! Make a card appear on the top, in the middle, or on the bottom of a deck- wherever you stop riffling, the chosen card will be on top! And more! LOTS MORE!
Please note that because of the mechanics of this deck, it contains only 48 cards. That's all the deck is supposed to have!
All of the Magic Makers' Classic Card Decks feature a quality Air Cushion finish, and are precision-cut for perfect function. You'll love them!
Sorry, you cannot choose the force card you will get. The card decks are sealed, so there is no way for us to tell what force card is inside the deck you are getting.
This is DECK #4 in the CLASSIC CARDS SETThis SVENGALI deck is one of the special Classic Cards decks, custom designed by Magic Makers Inc. The Classic Cards series features the most popular trick decks of all time. You can buy any of the five decks in the series individually, or you can get the entire Classic Cards Set and save big!
And that's all you need!Deck is Poker size with a custom back design (not Bicycle back).Sorry- no color choice for the force card or the back design. We ship what is currently IN STOCK.
The Svengali Deck was introduced by Burling Hull in 1909.In the 1960s, magician Marshall Brodien sold millions of these decks, calling them TV Magic Cards. Marshall Brodien played "Wizzo" on WGN-TV's Bozo Show, broadcast from Chicago.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!
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