The 52 to 1 Deck - Red

Trick by Wayne Fox
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The 52 to 1 Deck - Red

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Trick by Wayne Fox ($32.50)

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The 52 to 1 Deck is here and ready to floor everyone, magicians and spectators alike! This is the cleanest thought-of card locator you've ever seen. Period!

Many in the magic community have been hailing the virtues of the 52 to 1 deck, and with good reason: it's incredible power and versatility. Just imagine how a perfect thought-of card routine would go: A spectator could merely think of a card and cut to it. Yet the 52 to 1 deck allows you to just that! You can also pull named cards out of a fan, identify multiple thought-of cards, and even dead cut to named cards repeatedly!

This deck is set and ready to destroy audiences to an amazing degree. They won't believe their eyes, and you won't believe the reactions. Order yours today!

Printed on Bicycle stock with Rider backs

"That is F@$%&ing amazing!"Criss Angel
"One of my favorite effects to perform. The reactions are insane!"DYNAMO
"If you are looking for a miracle that fits in your pocket, this is it!"Will Tsai
"This fooled me three times in a row. Please don't buy this. I want them all to myself."Bobby Motta
"The cleanest 'Thought of Card' routine I have ever seen!"Mark Chandaue
"So Direct and incredibly powerful!"Nicholas Einhorn
"I hate card tricks... but not any more. I now have one that I will carry with me. BRAVO BOYS! You fooled me and converted me in one cut of the deck!!"Gerry McCambridge
"Simple to perform and guaranteed to get you a great reaction."Laura London
"You've created a monster."BGT Winner Richard Jones
"The fact that I can perform a totally hands off version of the tossed-out deck really excites me. Awesome!"Chris Funk
"One of the best card effects I have EVER seen! Man, this is good!"Adam Wilber
"Wow! This is very smart thinking!"Joe Monti
"The best effect I saw at Magic Live!"Alex Pandrea
"Wow. What? I was completely fooled by 52 to 1. It made my jaw drop!"Ran Pink
"The cleanest think a card routine I have EVER seen! That is sensational!"Steve Valentine
"This is a killer thought-of card routine. So simple and so direct!" Oz Pearlman
"52 to 1! It should 52 shades of brilliant!"Wayne Dobson
"It was fun watching every magician's jaw drop, including my own."Diamond Jim Tyler
"This is smart. Really smart. A fooler that anyone can perform straight out of the box! I've had it for a week and it's already becoming a 'go-to" for me."Jonathan Levitt
"52 to 1 is KILLER! Thank you for this banger of a trick, It's now permanently in my pocket at my gigs!!"Brandon David
"This is absolutely wonderful!"Justin Flom

Customer reviews for The 52 to 1 Deck - Red



Excellent magic. When I open the article I could believe the trick. Amazing.



Although some 'work' is not shown in the trailer, this is an excellent gimmicked pack of cards that allows you to perform one of the strongest and fairest versions of the 'Think a Card' plot in modern card magic.

With a few questions you can seemingly ascertain the exact identity a spectator has thought of out of a 52 card deck, but then go onto cutting to the card, having them cut to the card, predicting it or even revealing the card has vanished and appeared to another location (Such as in Derren Brown's famous 'Smoke' effect). Not only that, but you can repeat it immediately after or to multiple people at once.

Many are apprehensive at the thought of a one trick deck, which this is, but the effect possible with 5221 is certainly one of the best you can do with a deck of cards that can't as adequately or fairly be done with a standard pack. Whilst not examinable, if handled right the spectator need not suspect any foul play with the deck, after all you show them the entire deck to be different and they only think of a card rather than select one, the effect is so fair you can sincerely convince them that what you are doing is real if you are capable of selling it.

If you like the effect on the trailer then you won't be dissapointed, keep in mind it may not be quite as fair as Wayne does it (but it can be if you wish to be as bold as him), but the effect is still incredibly powerful with the very slight compromise you may have to endure in determining the spectator's thought of card, but this is a small price to pay for the incredible impact you will have on your audience.


Sang Soo

one of the best trick deck ever
thank god i bought this



You got to love this one. The effect is just as presented. Actually quite easy to learn. The hardest part of this, is getting over your own apprehension, that this actually works. Trust me and trust yourself. The linked instructions are very thoural.

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The trick is great. The video, well, it's rambling, unscripted, and free form. For example, just when you're on the verge of learning the essentials, you sit through a long, irrelevant, self-serving, anecdote about Bobby Motta! This is a drum I've been beating for a long time, but tricks with video links with rambling explanations have increasingly replaced well-thought-out directions with appropriate illustrations as the way to learn magic these days. Video has its place — the teaching of much magic could be improved with short clips to accompany written directions — but a video of over an hour that covers about two pages worth of terse explanation is lazy, sloppy, and amateurish.
As I said, the trick is great, but you will be at the mercy of Wayne Fox, and particularly David Penn for longer than might prove comfortable.
Though the demo video shows an ideal succession of outcomes, you can achieve comparable, if not identical, results with the deck as provided. I'll use this, but I'm not sitting through the video again!



Just one of the most perfect effects I have ever seen. Easy to do, and minds just explode!



This is as awesome as I remember it!!! Pulling it out of the drawer after so long!!!! Thank you folks for selling it to me all those years ago!!!



I must say, I am blown away by its versatility and impact. This is truly a game-changer for any magician or mentalist.

The deck is expertly crafted and looks just like any other deck of cards, which adds to the element of surprise when performing the routine. The gimmick is easy to use and the instructions are clear and concise. Even if you're not a seasoned magician, you'll be able to perform mind-boggling routines with this deck in no time.

This is a deck that will stay in your arsenal for years to come.
Overall, I highly recommend The 52 to 1 Deck. It is an investment in your magic repertoire that will pay dividends for years to come. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, this deck is a must-have.



The effect is very strong and I like it very much. The trailer does not show all the steps necessary for finding a spectator's card but I think in this case it's ok (they don't want to reveal the method). Unfortunately without the extra step the trailer suggests that the effect is a bit stronger than it really is.
I really like that Wayne and David presented multiple routines including a stage one.
Now the downsides. The first one is that the trick requires a practice and the main routine can go wrong if you are not able to get a specific piece of information from you spectator. Video instructions show ways around this but the routine is not bulletproof if the spectator does not collaborate. The second downside is that the deck cannot be fully inspected. Spectators should not want to inspect it because they saw the cards at the beginning but the fact is that you don't end clean.



The effect is a cool effect, and while the trick is clever, it allows for absolutely no examination by the spectator. With modern street audiences so skeptical and wanting to be hands on, this really makes it so I can't use this trick

Also the explanation video is over an hour long and filled with so much filler, I could barely stand it.


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  • Eric asks: Is it easy

    • 1. Tony answers: It's easy to do, you just need some basic sleights
    • 2. Tony answers: It's easy to do, you just need some basic sleights
    • 3. edward alexander answers: I just want to know how reliable this card trick is. I've been hearing there's some problems with this that is doesn't really live up to the trailer. Can I pull the deck out and have the person cut to the card that they're thinking of every time? Can you answer that question honestly?
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  • David asks: Is the cut to card always the same card? And can you perform 2or 3 times to same spectator

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! I think the spectator may figure out something if you do it 2 or 3 times
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  • Joseph asks: Can you perform this trick multiple times to the same spectator? As in, can they think of different card each time and the trick will still work?

    • 1. Elliot answers: Yes it can. You cut to a different named card 2 times and the spectator cuts to the card the last time
    • 2. Tony answers: Nope! You can't
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  • edward alexander asks: How reliable is this trick? Is this something that I can be confident that person will cut to the card that they are thinking of every time, most of the time, some of the time, or a few of the times?

    • 1. James answers: I won't answer everything, as that is approaching exposure territory. I will say that when performed properly, it is utterly reliable. If you choose to not practice and rehearse, then the reliability will lessen.
    • 2. Tom answers: All I can say is, it's not that easy. It takes a little practice and in the trailer Wayne Fox is really bold .Things don't work out that way, especially if you have extra pair of eyes at table looking at the spread.Best if you do it one-on-one. Also be careful a spectator who reacts with the deck in their hands as you can see if they're throwing it up in the air. that's the end of your night buddy. Anyway it's a great trick just practice and it's not as easy as Wayne makes it look Tom Williams Vermont
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