SUM Deck 2.0

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SUM Deck 2.0 - magic

Have you ever tried to memorize a deck of cards? It is really worth the effort, because it allows incredibly strong effects. But it is hard to remember if you are not using the stack frequentliy. What if the deck does all the work for you?

The new Phoenix SUM Deck 2.0!

S.U.M. has nothing to do with math, the initials stand for Set Up Marked. It is the stacked, marked deck that needs no calculation or memorization whatsoever because the deck does all the work. You don't have to decipher esoteric markings or remember formulae, everything is literally spelled out for you.

The second generation of the SUM Deck is based on the Roy Johnson's SUM Deck that we released in cooperation with Martin Lewis in 2009. This new deck is using our popular Phoenix marking but also tells the info of the card above, the number of cut-off cards, the stack number in the Tamariz Mnemonica system and includes some other features.

It was never easier to use the Tamariz stack without knowing it thoroughly, do amazing effects while being able to get used to the Memorized Stack (if you like).

  • The deck appears to be in completely random order.
  • There is absolutely no calculation or memorization required.
  • Can also be used as a normal marked deck.
  • Comes with strong routines by Luke Jermay, Martin Lewis, Wayne Dobson and others.
 
 

Customer reviews for SUM Deck 2.0

Jeffrey Ashkettle

I got this deck to try out mostly because I try to only use Phoenix Brand Decks. That being said, I now have a better grasp on Mnemonica without really trying. I am just getting used to what card is above and where this card is in the stack. It can "sort of" act as flash cards.

It not only tells you the card cut to but also card above, number cut off and how many black suited cards were cut off. I get all this info with a quick scan (even though I wear bi-focals I can see it well and quickly). There is an easy calculation involved thru the markings for the number of black suited cards but a grade schooler should be able to do it.

A bit costly to be your "everyday deck" but so are many marked decks on the market and almost ALL coded decks out there. I tried the one and will definitely buy a couple back-up decks. Well worth a try if you like coded deck or mem deck routines.