Thursday, November 12, 2015

Learn Magic Card Tricks (part 2 of 2)
The Svengali deck is another type of trick deck used by magicians to perform certain magic card tricks. The Svengali deck usually allows certain tricks to be performed with almost no skill required. Most tricks done with the Svengali deck are known to be self-working. This trick deck can be riffled or even shuffled to give the illusion that it is quite an ordinary deck of cards. But using the Svengali deck can allow the performer to have a chosen card appear at any part of the deck.

Force decks are the kind of trick decks used to force a spectator to choose a particular card. One of the most common of force decks is one that contains identical cards. This way, the magician already knows what the spectator is choosing even with the illusion of letting the spectator choose from a number of different cards. But the performer is always careful not to let the audience see that faces of the identical cards of the force deck in order for the trick to be successful.

A marked deck is another specially made trick deck that is characterized by certain marks that only the performer knows about. The marked deck may look just like an ordinary card to the spectator, but such cards usually have subtle marks on the decorative side of the deck of cards that tell the performer about what each one is.  The marks can either be placed at certain positions to indicate the number of the card and at a certain color to indicate the suit.

There are other trick decks that performers make use of to do their amazing magic card tricks. Some of these trick cards require some practice and a bit of knowledge to use correctly and to do tricks quite successfully. Learning always is important even in doing magic tricks.

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