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Invisible Deck - How to Stack The Deck

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“The invisible deck” card trick is called the greatest card trick ever. Performance and explanation of this mind boggling trick. http://www.invisibledeck.org …

“The invisible deck” card trick is called the greatest card trick ever. Performance and explanation of this mind boggling trick. http://www.invisibledeck.org


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  • 1. The Invisible Deck The Invisible Deck is one of the best known card tricks: http://www.invisibledeck.org Online Sources for buying the Invisible Deck:http://www.invisibledeck.org/where-to-buy-the-invisible-deck Invisible Deck Books and Instruction Guides:http://www.invisibledeck.org/where-to-buy-the-invisible-deck
  • 2. The Invisible Deck The Invisible Deck Magic Card TrickHow To Stack The Deck
  • 3. How the card values are assigned.• Each pair in this deck will total 13 with the exception of Kings.• The values are as follows: Aces are valued as 1 Jacks are valued as 11 Queens are valued as 12 Kings are valued as 13
  • 4. Clubs, diamonds, hearts and spades.Spades are paired with Hearts Clubs are paired with Diamonds
  • 5. Even and odd numbersThe pairs are arranged so that even numbers face one way,and odd numbers face the opposite way.Kings will always be paired with Kings, red Kings will beconsidered Odd value and black Kings will be consideredEven value.
  • 6. How the pairs of cards are combined• Ace of Spades & Queen of Hearts • Ace of Diamonds & Queen of Clubs• Jack of Hearts & 2 of Spades • Jack of Clubs & 2 of Diamonds• 3 of Spades & 10 of Hearts • 3 of Diamonds & 10 of Clubs• 9 of Hearts & 4 of Spades • 9 of Clubs & 4 of Diamonds• 5 of Spades & 8 of Hearts • 5 of Diamonds & 8 of Clubs• 7 of Hearts & 6 of Spades • 7 of Clubs & 6 of Diamonds• 7 of Spades & 6 of Hearts • 7 of Diamonds & 6 of Clubs• 5 of Hearts & 8 of Spades • 5 of Clubs & 8 of Diamonds• 9 of Spades & 4 of Hearts • 9 of Diamonds & 4 of Clubs• 3 of Hearts & 10 of Spades • 3 of Clubs & 10 of Diamonds• Jack of Spades & 2 of Hearts • Jack of Diamonds & 2 of Clubs• Ace of Hearts & Queen of Spades • Ace of Clubs & Queen of Diamonds• King of Hearts & King of Spades • King of Diamonds & King of Clubs
  • 7. View of all the paired card combinations in the stacked deck - 1 Ace of Clubs Ace of Hearts Ace of Spades Ace of Diamonds Queen of Diamonds Queen of Spades Queen of Hearts Queen Of Clubs King of Clubs King of Hearts King of Diamonds King of Spades Jack of Clubs Jack of Hearts Jack of Spades Jack of Diamonds Two of Diamonds Two of Spades Two of Hearts Two of Clubs
  • 8. View of all the paired card combinations in the stacked deck - 2 Ten of Clubs Ten of Hearts Ten of Spades Ten of Diamonds Three of Diamonds Three of Spades Three of Hearts Three of Clubs Nine of Clubs Nine of Hearts Nine of Spades Nine of Diamonds F Four of Diamonds Four of Spades Four of Hearts Four of Clubs Eight of Clubs Eight of Hearts Eight of Spades Eight of Diamonds Five of Diamonds Five of Spades Five of Hearts Five of Clubs
  • 9. View of all the paired card combinations in the stacked deck - 3 Seven of Clubs Seven of Hearts Seven of Spades Seven of Diamonds Six of Diamonds Six of Spades Six of Hearts Six of Clubs
  • 10. After making the pairsthey can be mixed up in any orderas long as the pairs stay togetherand the even and odd face values stay on their own sides.
  • 11. Go To the invisible deck website: Click Here