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Sudden Deck 3.0 by David Regal (Gimmick and download)

A JAW-DROPPING way to start any card trick. The gimmick does all the work. You get all the glory.
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I use this wonderful opening for any card set, in every show I do. From crowds sized 1 to 1,000 people, it adds surprise fun and magic to the simple act of bringing out a deck of cards- Jon Armstrong

David Regals Sudden Deck 3 instantly added two more devastating and eye-popping moments to my invisible deck routine! It's easy, amazing and highly visual. - Scott Alexander

Unavailable for years, Sudden Deck is back and better than ever!!

The perfect way to start ANY card trick and instantly establish credibility.

This 3.0 version combines everything pros love about Sudden Deck and takes it even further.

Sudden Deck 3 is the ultimate opener for any card set. Used by professionals all over the world. Sudden Deck 3 has no equal.

Sudden Deck 3 is completely self-contained. You can show the box front and back after the printing process.

Here's what happens
You show a blank un-assembled card box you got straight from the factory. You explain that this is what the box looks like before it is printed. In a snap, the front of the box is completely printed. Next, you show the box on both sides and proceed to assemble the previously flat box and print the labels on every side of the box. Next, you produce a full deck from the now assembled box and you are ready to start your show.

Use Sudden Deck 3 to produce a deck of cards to start your show. Use Sudden Deck 3 to produce a gimmicked deck, honestly the possibilities are endless.

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Great little trick but doesn’t always fool. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 11th, 2019
I love this trick. It’s fun. When it hits it hits hard. When it doesn’t it falls flat. A lot has to do with who’s performing it. If you do it with confidence it seems to fly over their heads. Just with any trick really. I don’t want to give anything away so I’ll word this carefully. There is something that shouldn’t be there and some people point that out. Also you really have to use a thin deck. Or take out some cards. I guess you could readjust some some stuff but then it would cause other issues. All that said it really is fun to do and that’s why I’m giving it 4 stars.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 29th, 2019
I was hoping the gimmick would be made of something other than cardboard so it would last, and it should've been for the price. It's not bad if done quick and to the point but I don't think it will fool most lay people.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 24th, 2019
This is so clever its going straight into my show.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 27th, 2019

Another David Regal winner!A visual masterpiece!
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Easy, incredible & good for Zoom too! Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 20th, 2021
So this trick is easy to do and so highly visual that I filmed myself doing it for my kids' school talent show during the pandemic so it was cut into a bigger show and it became a highlight that everyone reached out to tell me they loved. It films really well - so for that reason it's great to do over zoom as just a starter that can lead into any trick with a deck.

What really did it though was the double whopper of pairing a mental photography deck with the trick - so you start off with David's blank card box only to construct it into a real card box and produce from it a *blank deck* that then becomes a real deck and people's minds are really blown!

Obviously if this were a live performance and you then wanted to do a card trick you can do a deck switch and move on.

David was nice enough to recently show you his own easy version of how to give the appearance of a blank deck and that's included in the video you get. I just went for a mental photography deck so that I could let the audience see a lot of blank cards on both sides and spread, etc as his version is a bit different - both work great though.

It's a really well constructed gimmick and because of how visual it is - and since my video was quite easy to do it also would play really well on Zoom too.

Possibly the only part you have to think about it for a second is deciding where do you produce the blank box from at the beginning of the trick as it's kind of delicate. I didn't want to get much wear/tear so I chose to just take it out of a nice little wooden box on the table to start off the trick rather than take it out of my pocket as I didn't want to jam it in there.

David also gives you instructions for ways you can keep the card box together after you transform it for the crowd - because as you saw in the demo it's all loose at the outset so his instructions were easy - but really once I transformed the box and took the deck out, I just put the transformed box back into the wooden box I had on the table so didn't have to worry about that.

Obviously when we get to all go back in person - this is a great in person trick too. I think I'd do it the same way of taking it out of another box for the start.

Angles to consider for in person are basically just for people in front of you and not crowding around too much to your side.

It's a really well thought out trick, easy to do with a minimal amount of practice (really just to get your patter and flow right for one non-complicated-slight-of-hand moment that should be easy for all skill levels) there's great instruction as usual from David and it completely wows your audience - don't think twice about getting it!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 30th, 2021
Super little routine love it
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 11th, 2021
I really enjoy performing this during Zoom shows, but most of the time I have to manually assist in the "printed" reveal. The audience doesn't realize anything so it's still a solid part of my virtual show!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 11th, 2021
I really enjoy performing this during Zoom shows, but most of the time I have to manually assist in the "printed" reveal. The audience doesn't realize anything so it's still a solid part of my virtual show!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 29th, 2021
All I can say about this gimmick is David has done it again. I have a number of Regal gimmicks and this one takes the cake. It is a killer in my restaurant routine and people who see it at other tables want me to come to their table next (a true goal of a restaurant worker. It is the best trick to approach a table with. David has provided the opener for openers. This is another stunner from the mind of David Regal. Thanks David, you did it again.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 25th, 2021
This is super good! A real gem and it works in real situations! Very visual, never fail to catch the audience by surprise. Highly recommended for all closeup and parlour performers!
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