Magic Tricks Playing Cards
Crimson Deck (Gimmicks and Online Instructions) by Laura London and The Other Brothers
CRIMSONDECK )  Trick
R: $40.00
Difficulty:Intermediate

A super versatile gaffed deck of cards. Your spectator fairly selects a card and then puts it back into the deck. When you spread the deck, suddenly there are only 51 cards. And where is their selected card? ANYWHERE you want! It comes ready right out of the box and the instructions are extremely in-depth. You can even do this, then end with your favorite card trick closer without having to do a deck switch.
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The most innocent, yet diabolical gaffed deck of cards!

From television and the real-world working repertoire of Laura London, comes the most versatile gaffed deck of cards: The Crimson Deck!

The Crimson Deck is a brand-new utility in the world of trick cards that allows you to have a card selected in the fairest manner possible. Just spread the cards, and then let the spectator place their selection back into the deck themselves. So far, you couldn't ask for a more fair process. The magician can then spread the cards and there are only 51... the spectator's selection has vanished. It can then appear in the card box that just a moment ago held the deck and has been in the spectator's possession, or anywhere else you want it to appear!

- Ready to perform right out of the box

- Comes with full routines by: Laura London, Nicholas Lawrence, and The Other Brothers

- Simple enough for beginners, powerful enough for pros.

- Includes multiple, separate, in-depth instructional videos

Unlike most gaffed decks, this is not a one trick pony. Multiple, different style routines are taught and once you have it in your hands, you'll find yourself inventing your own routines as well!

You can perform standard sleight of hand card magic, then use the features of The Crimson Deck to achieve the impossible, then end with your favorite card trick closer, all without a single deck switch. Try doing that with an Invisible Deck!