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Steve V
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I'm surprised this hasn't been brought up. Duviviers new deck does the following (I'll put up a review later). You spread it and show all the cards are normal cards, all face up. You square the deck, spread it again, and every other card is face down, square again and spread...the deck is normal. You square, spread, and now every card is a queen of hearts, square and spread, back to normal. You can then show the backs as normal as well. Easy to do, the appearances are really amazing, and surprisingly patter isn't hard to come up with as an appearance. For those of you insane enough to wonder the deck cannot be inspected. Very nice deck.
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Steve! Have you checked out Wes's "Wishuffle"?

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No sir, is it in Enchantments or his Stop Fooling Us notes?
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It's in Enchantments -- the first trick of the last section, I believe. It was also marketed on it's own a number of years ago, with the necessary gimmicked cards.

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I'll check it out, thank you.
Steve V <---has Enchantments next to his chair at home
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This sounds interesting, I will have to look it up
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Read Al Baker's version. Available now in the Secret Ways of Al Baker. Then go read Eugene Burger's more detailed explanation in The Performance of Close Up Magic.
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On 2006-09-18 10:55, LeeDillingham wrote:
Read Al Baker's version. Available now in the Secret Ways of Al Baker. Then go read Eugene Burger's more detailed explanation in The Performance of Close Up Magic.


That would be "The Pack That Cuts Itself" or "The Haunted Pack", which is entirely different from the effect being discussed in this thread.

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Yup, the only thing they have in common is both use cards.
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Sorry...my mistake.
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No problem...you are in Vegas with smokey rooms, dancing girls, glitz and booze...dang.
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"For those of you insane enough to wonder the deck cannot be inspected."

Haha! Glad I saw this thread...I forgot all about this deck and I really want to pick one up.
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