The new visual printing element of this trick is a great bonus and adds to what was already a decent
trick. This could quite possibly the best way to start a card routine- I've seen many magicians
start with this trick.
Sudden Deck 1 was good, but had some problems... Still effective, but there were some parts where
you weren't clean, some parts where you weren't exactly angle-free...
MAN, Sudden Deck 2
changed almost all of those problems. David Regal is a great thinker and Sudden Deck 2 is a true
testament to that statement.
Basically, you have a card case. Fold it up, and a FULL deck
of cards is pulled out. You can then proceed to use that deck for the rest of your performances!
This looks crazy, and I have even fooled magicians with this.
Plus, you get 2 card case
gimmicks. These are INCREDIBLY high quality and easy to use with the instructions provided.
This trick is amazing and ends with great results. It could be stage magic. It is a little bit
angle sensitive so people might see the end results. I would recommend this to anyone who is good
with talking and has some money lying around.
Sudden Deck is a great way to open any card set. Pull out a blank box, snap your fingers and the
box appears to be printed. Fold up and close the freshly printed box. Snap your fingers again and
open the box and remove a real deck of Bicycle cards! Really! It's that good.
This is a
very visual trick. You get two blank boxes (decoys) and two gimmicked boxes - one red and one blue.
You supply the bicycle cards. I've found that the boxes loose there new look over time so you may
end up buying a replacement if used a lot. It is almost self working but it takes some finesse to
nail the printing sequence. You won't be disappointed in this feast for the eyes!
I'm kind of undecided on this trick, its a powerful looking trick but it is super impractical. If
you like to take risks and think this concept is cool maybe it's for you.