I’m going to let you in on a secret: Top card magicians use marked decks. Every single time they perform. They use the decks in ways you’ve never even thought of.
Some amateur magicians are afraid of using marked cards. They’re afraid of getting caught. But here’s the thing: NOBODY ever gets caught because a spectator sees the marks; magicians ONLY get caught when they STARE AT THE MARKS FOR TOO LONG. So, Penguin Magic have designed marks that are bigger, more visible, yet ORGANICALLY hidden in the design. Penguin Magics marked deck is also the most affordable, which is a GAME CHANGER because now you can handle the marked deck just like you would any other old cheap deck. You can have cards signed. You can tear them up. You can throw them around. Do whatever tricks you’d normally do.
THREE MORE RANDOM DECK BONUSES:
Our Marked Cards are now printed on the U.S. Playing Card Company’s ELITE STOCK. (Previously the Elite Stock was only available for unmarked Bicycle cards.) These cards are flexible, snappy, and durable. They offer a soft yet supple handling with smooth edges and a traditional cut.
Along with 2 identical jokers, the Marked Cards come with a bonus double-backer and a blank-facer.
The Marked Cards come stacked in Mnemonica order. So if you do memory work, just throw in a couple false shuffles and you’re ready to perform miracles, right out of the box. (If you have no idea what I’m talking about here, don’t worry about it. Doesn’t change the cards in any way.
This marked deck might be the single most powerful tool a card magician could every use. If you’re serious about card magic, you can’t afford NOT to pick up a couple decks. Rick Lax
“These are the Best Marked Cards that I own.” Roger De Coster
“Finally a marked deck I can use as an everyday deck!” Meir Yedid
“The cards are amazing. I carry them around all the time.” Alan Sandler
“The marks are ridiculously easy to see, but formed in a way that deceives the eye and integrated into the natural pattern of the back seamlessly.” Scott Alexander
“I don’t use a marked deck, but after seeing these I may have to start.” Gary Plant