Copag 310 Playing Cards Magic Svengali Edition Made in Europe
Another use of the deck is to "force" a card - this way, you'll know in advance the exact card that the spectator will choose. You can then either name their card, or have its duplicate appear somewhere else - for example, in an envelope inside your wallet!
The final and most stunning trick is when all the cards are suddenly presented as being all the same as the initially chosen card.
|Condition||Brand New & Sealed|
|Card Material||Premium Paper Stock|
|Card Finish||B9 Linen FInish|
|Card Size||Standard, Poker Size|
|Product Status||In-Stock (Australia)|
14 months ago I couldn't shuffle.
When playing cards with friends this was a somewhat embarrassing thing so on a road trip from Perth to the Stirling ranges I learnt to shuffle.
I don't do cardistry, I just riffle shuffle, it's my version of a fidget spinner.
There are only a handful of different types of cards. The majority being printed by USPCC.
My favourite for feel are the Copags. I have the 310's, COBRA's, A Gaff deck and I love'em because of the way they riffle shuffle.