> Invisible Deck Red

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 29th, 2011
When I was young I had a Brainwave deck. I still have it and like it, but the Invisible Deck is one step better. It is easy to follow the regular routine for this effect, and can be performed close-up for one person, or pumped up and performed on stage for one hundred people, and still have the same impact. Check out Joshua Jay's presentation on the DVD that comes with his book "Magic: the Complete Course" and you will see what I mean.

That being said, I have two issues with this deck. First, when I got it the gimmick was a little too much, but after I practiced with the deck for a while it got easier. Now it seems to work just fine. Second, I was having trouble with the "cards down" presentation, but after I saw Joshua do the "cards up" version, that is the way I do it and it works great. It is not only easier to do, it is a more visually pleasing way to present the effect.

Bottom line, if you do not own this deck you should get one. It belongs in everyone's bag o' tricks.

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Jun 24th 2020 2:35am
Can you do both "face up" and "face down" version? Thanks

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May 06th 2022 10:04am
I think cards down version is better and more natural lookin. Also it somehow looks way cleaner that way in my opinion. And it's not even hard at all to know where's the card that you want them to see.

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