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Mr. Ree
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Double faced cards:

I want to order some double face cards that have the
same card on both sides.

I just received a deck of double faced cards but the
card on each side is different.

Is there something special I need to ask for, or do I
need to make these cards myself?
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Stanyon
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martinismagic@hotmail.com

Marty can fix you up with whatever you need.

Cheers! Smile
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Brad Burt
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There is a name for this type of deck: An SBS Deck (Same Both Sides). Some years ago there were some out with tricks specific to this deck, etc. Best,
Brad Burt
Mr. Ree
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Stanyon: Thanks for the tip. I am a big fan of Marty's.
I especially like his card rise.

I have been experimenting with some of my own routines that could use between
8 and 12 cards of this type. That would be $16 - $24 plus shipping.
This may end up being the solution Marty's quality has been the best.
But I was hoping to buy a pack of 52.
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Brad Burt: Thanks I had never hear the acronym SBS before. I have
done a quick search and found a set of "Royal Magic" cards. A pack
is $4.50. A couple of more searches and I should find some "bikes".

Hey, just finished watching you teach some moves on sponge balls. Smile
An idea can turn to dust or magic, depending on the talent that rubs against it.
---- William Bernbach (1911 - 1982) ----

(After 25 years of PCs, everything switched to Macs, June 2008)
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