The Thrown Up Deck

It's a funky deck of cards!

It's a keen card trick!!

And it's not fake like the rest of this site!!!!

The Thrown Up Deck is a unique deck of magic cards, created by Presto himself. Imagine showing your friends, enemies, neighbors, and vague acquaintances a deck of cards in which every card has a different back. Then you show them that, with a bit of sloppy slight of hand, you can make it look like the faces all have the same value, too. But just when they're rolling their eyes at the lameness of it all, you spread the cards to show that they do indeed all have the same value -- but it's not the value the spectator thought! (Trust me: the trick is much better than it sounds.)

Is this effect appropriate for beginning magicians? Heck, so far as we know this is the only card trick in existence which actually requires that you not do a specific bit of slight of hand!

And just to show you how desperate we are to unload these things, for a limited time each Thrown Up Deck will come with an official Mallusionist-logo 100% pure silicone wristband! These black wristbands have the Mallusionist logo debossed in bright red on their surface. And as if that wasn't enough, they also feature a unique built-in gimmick that will help you do a stunning card trick (with your own deck of cards -- we're not made of money)!

The Thrown Up Deck is shipping now! You can get yours now for only $20 + $5 shipping and handling to anywhere in the United States, Canada, or Europe. Note: These decks are a pain to create, so only a limited number are available and because some decks may have one or two cards with a slight "cheesecake" feel to them, you must be over 18 years of age to order.

So what are you waiting for? Click the PayPal logo below to order your Thrown Up Deck and free wristband, and then go sit by your mailbox until it arrives (in about two weeks) today!


The information on this site is intended for use only by those with a sincere desire to learn nothing about magic and is for entertainment purposes only (in other words, don't try this stuff, particularly the dangerous parts). The Magicians Assistance Collective (MAC) frowns upon the use of magic in the formation of religions or to attract a cult following.

Magic is not real. Reality is not magic.

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