If you do already own Karma Deck or Sloka Deck or purchase it together with Deckcelence you will get this ebook for half price. Also, when you purchase Deckcelence you get Deckology Vol. 2 free.
Now includes "The Dan Harlan Subtlety" an exciting alternative handling proposed by Dan Harlan. Also includes some cool additional ideas proposed by Robin Gillett.
Deckciting deckxamples of deckceptional and decksplosive memory deckshibition and mind reading decksperiments with any memorized / algorithmic deck including Karma Deck.
A unique 7 phase memory and mind reading routine where the deck is genuinely shuffled by multiple spectators. Can be done with any stack where knowing the card at any position and the position of any card is possible, like the Karma Deck.
No peeking or switching. Self working and hands off. You look like a freaking genius.
Each of the 7 phases is independent of each other. Flexible enough to be performed from 10 mins to 45 mins by choosing any number of phases in any order you may want. Once you know the stack there is nothing further to learn for you. Fresh and novel routines and presentations. Audience will remember you for a long long time.
"That's a really good routine. I can see how it would play really strong!" - Richard Osterlind
"Astounding. So clever." - Marc Salem
"I liked the idea in the patter and some of the phases are original and clever. Despite the fact that the routine can be performed with any stack (which is a good thing), I enjoyed it." - Vincent Hedan
"With this release also, he has shown his creativity. Everything is very well thought out and easy to follow. Wish you all the best for the future, my friend!" - Luca Volpe
"I really like your thinking. So many great ways to apply a mem-deck in ways I've never seen before" - Dan Harlan
"I've done my routine for your excellent trick (Deckcelence) for a few audiences and found that it does play MUCH better than I expected. I'm a big fan." – Robin Gillett.
1st edition 2015, 12 pages.
word count: 3132 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Kumar BNS (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Monday 10 August, 2015
This is a very fascinating approach to performing stack based magic. A deck of cards playing up so big and creating such a memorable impact on the audience. If I am to do just one routine on stage I see myself doing this. Simple and stunning.