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Sentinel Playing Cards They told us it couldn't be done. Sentinels challenge everything you know about high-end playing cards. You've never seen a deck like this before.
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Clean, elegant, and refined design. The first mainstream deck in magic that is composed 100% of original art - the faces, the backs, the box. And yes - even the court cards. Every single design element has a meaning behind it. The deck represents magic, the industry of deception, and the allied arts.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 10th, 2010
I disagree strongly with the previous reviewer - this is a GORGEOUS set of cards and they are lovely in terms of handling. I didn't buy 5 of them - just one. The design is simply awesome, and at this price this is a no brainer for those looking for a wonderful deck that stands out from the "pack."
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 28th, 2010
These cards are fantastic, and have a very Tally-Ho feel to it. Nice, smooth, and a bit stiff at first so you have to break them in with a bunch of faros and riffles, etc.
Out of the box, they fan gorgeously and faro fairly easily as well. After a while, they still fan/faro nicely.
They also crimp/un-crimp no problem, even after a month of use full of crimping to mark locations. This might be because of the nice coating they have.
I will agree the pips are smaller than I'd like them to be, but that hasn't been a problem for spectators in close-up.
Lastly, I'd like to say that despite heavy use, they have NOT been clumping. At all. Heavy faro-ing, shuffling, spectator use, my really sweaty palms, etc. I'm telling you, they really run like a deck of Tally's except with a more exciting backing, smaller pips, gorgeous art, and the darker red cards.
Highly recommended for any card users looking for something different. I'm pretty much a Tally-Ho only user, so I really hate switching deck brands, but I will make an exception to these guys.
And yes, the tuck case is nice.
Disappointing Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 2nd, 2010
These cards look great, but that's about it. Out of the box, they do handle well; they fan and faro beautifully, but in short order they always develop a substantial crimp and thereafter never lie flat. Another problem for performance is that the pips are too small for spectators to see reliably. I bought 5 decks, but I'll only use them as practice decks. I won't buy them again.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 28th, 2011
Good tricks to perform from DVD but you need another pack of sentinel cards to perform them.
beautiful deck Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 18th, 2011
This is now my favorite of the "special design" decks. The small pips give these cards a neat "vintage" look. The design is very straightforward, linear, and simple, making them striking, yet unassuming. I think it's a relief from all the gothic looking decks. Sometimes the more complex designs seem to suggest to spectators, "This is a magician's deck (and probably a trick deck.)" This deck just looks unique and cool. These cards fan and faro beautifully, as others have said. They are really a pleasure to work/play with.
A new style Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 6th, 2011
Hello, it's the Coming Up again with a review about the Sentinels. And as the title says, Sentinels are a new style. To perform with those does mean you're a different kind of magician. Totally different if you perform XCM with this. They handle great and look stunning.
After a while these cards bend to the inside a bit, which causes a little plop sometimes (just like the cap of a jam jar).
If you're an XCM performer, get these in you collection. If you're a card magician, stick to something else please.
gorgeous deck that stands out of the crowd Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 17th, 2012
well i had interesting story with this deck. i was on a train and i somehow came up to this video and i was like - man i need to get this deck. but then i forgot the name of the deck and i was looking for it for over two days. then i spotted it on the creator company site and then i got three packs.
they are just awesome. whenever i perform with this deck, everybody is like where the hell you got those?
they fan nicely smoothly. and the design is just original.
the only down side for me is the box. for me it is too cheap. i thought it will be more hard and stiffer. but that's my personal view.
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