How To: Make a marked card deck for doing card tricks

Make a marked card deck for doing card tricks

Does this mean you're cheating? Not if no one finds out about it. After all, doing any sort of card trick is "cheating" in a sense, using either clever ruses, sleight of hand, or speed to deceive your spectator into thinking you just performed an astonishing, "impossible" card trick.

A marked deck is useful because it helps you identify which cards are which without having to flip the card over. Watch this tutorial to learn how to mark a deck and the system for identifying which mark aligns with which type of card.

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