Classifying Deck

Trick by Granell Magic Inc
$29.95 Possibly discontinued.
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Classifying Deck

29.95 usd

Trick by Granell Magic Inc ($29.95)

Possibly discontinued.
Email me if it becomes available again.
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Classifying Deck Classifying Deck

With this deck you can cut the exact amount of cards you wish, from any fifty two positions with a zero margin for error. You can find the Aces or Kings from any place or any arrangement of the deck, it's magic. The deck can be examined by your spectators at any time and can also work as a regular deck.

Includes:
Instructional DVD (Spanish and English)
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Official review from MAGIC Magazine

From the February 2015 MAGIC Magazine. Reviewed by Peter Duffie

You can also use the deck for other effects; the gaffs shouldn’t interfere, although I would avoid any tricks using faro shuffles. Bear in mind that once the deck is shuffled, the cut-to-anynumber feature will no longer be available for that session. So, I suggest you make the most of that feature first! Having said that, the DVD only explains how to use the system to cut to any number. Most readers will probably have thought of several applications for this deck before reaching the end of this review. However, for the novice, its full potential might not be all that obvious. Whether you experiment further with this or use it in its simplest form as explained on the DVD, the Classifying Deck is certainly an interesting item.