Sudden Deck 3.0

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Sudden Deck 3.0

29.95 usd

Trick by David Regal ($29.95)

In stock. Order in the next 7 hours, 27 minutes and it will go out today!
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In our opinion, this is simply the best way anyone could start any card routine.

Within a few seconds you instantly establish yourself as a magician your audience are going to want to watch perform.

What Happens?

You show your audience what a card box looks like before it’s assembled and printed. A white, flat piece of card, with the cuts needed to fold it into a box. Quick as a flash, with no cover or funny moves, the box prints itself. After showing this on both sides, you fold the card into the box shape, printing each side as you go.

So far, so spectacular.

But the good bit? The good bit is you can now instantly produce a complete, regulation deck of cards from the empty box you just assembled in front of their eyes. No steals, no loads, no palming, no nothing. You can just pull out a deck of cards and kick off your performance.

Professionals all around the world use this to start their shows. Now you can too.


Community questions about Sudden Deck 3.0

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  • Allen asks: Does this also contain disposable deck as has in the past?

    • 1. Michael answers: Nope! It comes with Sudden gimmick box only
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  • Alex asks: What is difficulty level for sudden deck 3.0

    • 1. Tony answers: It's easy to do
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  • Richard asks: It comes with everything shown in the video trailer ???

    • 1. Michael answers: It comes with the gimmick and you need to provide your own deck
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  • Randy asks: what is different with 3.0 from other versions?

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  • Matt asks: Does this come with the gimmick or do you need to assemble yourself from a template etc.?

    • 1. Michael answers: It comes with gimmick card box, provides your own deck and you can use it right away
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  • Jeffrey asks: Once purchased, could you make the gimmick using a different brand of cards? Like Phoenix?

    • 1. Tony answers: If you want to use a different brand of cards you need to make a new gimmick by yourself
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  • John asks: What color is the deck?

    • 1. Tony answers: It comes in RED
    • 2. John answers: Great. Thanks.
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  • Michael asks: There have been comments that when this was first released, it would not fit a full deck but has since been corrected. Is the current stock the newer one that will hold a full deck?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yup!
    • 2. David answers: Is the fact that it comes with the size to put a full deck in it the new upgrade I Do not understand what's different about it
    • 3. Paul answers: A full deck doesn't necessarily fit either.
  • Alexander asks: After the gimmick is worn out, does the DVD teach you how to make your own gimmick at home?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No, but I have had sudden deck 2.0 for about 8 years and it's still working fine!
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Customer reviews for Sudden Deck 3.0



David Regal always comes up with unique, creative and easy to do magic that just stuns. This is no exception. This is a great effect to use as an opener for a card routine. It also functions well as a visual stand alone but I find it works best when I follow it up with a few other well placed effects. Thanks for the great magic!!!



An excellent effect, and the gimmick is very easy to construct. The tutorial is easy to follow and David shows a couple of different handlings. Grest way to open up a trick!

I don't know if I was perhaps sent an older item of stock, but I found that it still doesn't easily fit a full 52 card deck, think it was probably around 45 cards maximum for it to be easy enough to pull the cards out.

It's obviously pretty angle sensitive. If you imagine looking out towards a semi circle, divided into 6 segments - you probably want to keep audience within the centre 4 segments to ensure there's no flashes.

Make sure you store it with a packet of cards in it to prevent it getting squashed or damaged.

Once you've got the gimmick, it would be pretty straightforward to recreate this for any tuck box design, with a little bit of DIY and some patience!

Sudden Deck 3.0 by David Regal