I am not trying to brag or anything, but by looking at the replies I have a feeling my suggestion is probably the best, because when you think about it, you must have control over your audience, not the other way around! so if you do say no, or let them put you under pressure, its implying to your audience that they have the drivers seat, so by using my method, it will confuse the audience for a few seconds, giving you enough to switch decks, then you can let them look at the deck, it then leaves them dumbfounded and you are still in control.
Thanks, Linc Ellusion.
Not really. The audience isn't stupid. They're going to know that it is a trick deck, not the same one you used. They know this as soon as you show them the blank deck. They won't know how you did it, but they will know it's not the same one.
Spec: Do that again! That was cool.
Me: No. But I got something else you will like.
Move on to next trick.
Control, and you don't insult their intellegence..........as much