Bicycle Maiden Marked Playing Cards

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Here's a brilliant, marked deck utilizing the Bicycle Maiden Back, which is very classic and common in cards. It is made and printed by USPCC, and uses the classical Bicycle paper.

Easy to read
The marking size printed on the back of the card is 5 times larger than common card markings, making these markings easier to read.
All of them use a graphic mark, which also makes them easy to read. Additionally, this is the perfect fit for a large crowd. The only condition is that you know the picture.

The Most Elusive
The super huge mark is fully integrated into the pattern of the card, making it especially elusive. It is like a chameleon is hidden in the broad forest, which is difficult to be discovered by your audience.

Full functions
The mark reveals three things:

  • The number and pips for this card
  • The number and pips for the last card
  • The position of this card in the whole deck.
At the same time, it adopts the Tamariz Stack, which is the most familiar system, and lets you get started quickly.

If you are not familiar with the Tamariz Stack, don't worry. A minor Tamariz Stack has been printed on cardboard stock, and is included - it can be cut and stuck on the bottom of the card case to help you!

Available in Red and Blue backs.


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Very easy to read

I have a number of different marked decks. One thing I really like about this one is that it looks like like a regular deck, so it doesn't draw attention to itself. But perhaps more importantly, the markings are very easy to read, so you don't have to strain to figure them out or decipher them. There's no real code or system to learn - they say what they are. You wouldn't want a spectator studying the backs though, because they are somewhat obvious - I wouldn't give these out to inspect. Having two online videos that explain how these decks work and how to get the most out of them is also very handy.