your guide to the best deck of cards


This blog is a guide to the best decks of cards. Whether you’re buying cards for playing poker, blackjack, euchre, hearts, bridge, gin rummy, pinochle, go fish or something else, this blog will help you make a great choice. If you’re interested in card tricks and techniques, there are also many reviews of decks with unique features such as gaffed cards (i.e., specially marked) and double-faced cards that can be used for magic tricks.

A good deck of playing cards should have a nice feel to it and be durable if used frequently. A deck intended for children may include some fun features like jokers that are also “puzzle” pieces. If you’re looking for a set to give someone as a gift, there are many options available that come in cases with special designs or materials. These are often referred to as “collectible” decks but can be used just fine for any standard card game.

Your Guide to the Best Deck of Cards

When we were kids, my brother and I played a lot of card games. As we grew up, we moved on to more complicated and exciting games like Monopoly, Axis & Allies, and Magic: The Gathering. But as adults, we started getting into card magic tricks and wanted to learn more about the intricacies of playing cards.

Then, I got married and my wife started getting into board games. Now it seems that almost every single time my family gets together, we play a game of some sort (usually something from our collection of over 300 different board games). And with all that game playing comes a need for playing cards!

But not all decks are created equal. Some are better for certain games than others. Some are better for magic tricks than others. If you’re looking for the best deck of cards for your needs, then you’ve come to the right place! Here on Busking Magician, we review all sorts of different decks of cards and give you the information you need to make an educated choice before buying.

And if you’re interested in learning how to perform amazing card magic tricks or want to learn more about cardistry (the art of fanciful card flourishing), then stick around because we

Welcome to The Cardist. Your guide to the best decks of cards.

The Cardist is a blog dedicated to the art of sleight-of-hand cardistry and magic. Our mission is to help you find the perfect deck of cards for your needs, as well as teaching you how to use them with free tutorials.

Each deck on The Cardist has been personally reviewed by our team, including any unique features or artwork that make them special. You can purchase many of the decks on this website from direct links, and should you have any questions about a specific deck, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Welcome to Busking Magician, where we find the best decks of cards on the market! We also have a few tricks and techniques that you can use to amaze your friends.

Our Latest Review: Cartamundi Bicycle Playing Cards

We love these cards for cardistry. They are thinner than regular playing cards and have a great feel to them. They also have colored edges, which is great for cardists. The only downside is that they are more expensive than other playing cards.

If you’re looking for something less expensive, check out our review of Kem Cards.

The best deck for most people is the Bicycle Rider Back. This deck is made by Bicycle, a company that has a long history of making quality playing cards. It is very similar to the standard cards that you probably grew up with. The backs are red or blue and have an elegant circular design. One advantage to this deck of cards is that they are easy to find in stores, so if you misplace one you can easily replace it.

The second most popular deck is a deck called Ellusionist Black Ghost Deck. These decks have very striking black and white backs that look beautiful in your hands or on a table when performing magic (or card games). The major downside to this deck of cards is their price, typically $7-10 per deck, which makes them prohibitively expensive to use for card games where you might lose a lot of cards (such as poker).

Finally, if you want to learn advanced card magic techniques, such as the “one handed cut” or the “double lift,” then you should use a special kind of deck known as a “stripper” or “trick” deck. These decks are designed to make some advanced techniques easier. However, these decks are easily recognized by magicians and so should not be used for

If you’re interested in learning card magic, then you’ve come to the right place. In this guide I’ll cover the basics of how to get started as well as what I consider some of the best decks on the market.

I’m based in NYC and perform regularly at bars, restaurants, and street corners. I’ve been practicing magic for over 10 years and have studied with some of the top names in magic including David Blaine, Penn & Teller, and Daniel Garcia.

My main passion is close up magic which involves performing tricks for small groups. There are many different types of close up magic (cards, coins, etc.) but for this article I’m focusing on my favorite: playing cards.

Busking is the art of performing magic in public for tips and donations.

It’s a great way for a magician to get paid for doing what he loves, as well as keeping his skills sharp.

But it can be very challenging. It’s not easy to step up to strangers, engage them in conversation and then blow their minds with impossible feats.

Many magicians don’t start busking until they’ve become an expert in close-up magic or stage magic. They have decades of experience and thousands of hours in their craft. But I don’t think that’s necessary at all.

You simply need to have some solid tricks under your belt and be willing to go out there and perform them for strangers on the street.


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