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Keyser
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Hello guys , I just bought a Marked and Tapered deck and I'm looking for a good lecture where tricks are discussed using this deck . I'm familiar with Stripper tricks since I own the Stripper Deck by Daryl . So Basically I'm looking for routines with Marked Decks on a lecture ( penguin or att) something not so expensive . Thanks .
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This book seems interesting but it focuses on stripper decks not marked decks.
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Rather than spending $45 on the book from the post above, which may or may not be a great book, if you are looking just for some ideas and effects with a marked deck you might just consider buying 1 deck of Penguins new marked decks as each purchase, be it a brick or one deck, you get a couple downloads to go with it by "AT LEAST" Rick Lax and Jon Armstrong http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/9178
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Yeah the book is way too expensive , and the routines in the link Poof-Daddy gave me are amazing . Checking it out . Thank you guys for your help.
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For the Stripper Deck see this link

http://www.daryl.net/product_detail.php?cat_id=130&id=751

Daryl was such a great teacher!

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I think that book offered some new stuff. You can check a demo by the author.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Okko8EPB8iU
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The classic deck from Theodoor DeLand (= DeLand's 100 Dollar Deck & DeLand's Automatic Deck) is both a marked deck and a stripper deck.

It comes with free online learning materials, and in my review here I've included links to a number of videos that have routines with the deck. Perhaps something there will help you out or give some ideas.

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On Feb 22, 2018, Poof-Daddy wrote:
Rather than spending $45 on the book from the post above, which may or may not be a great book, if you are looking just for some ideas and effects with a marked deck you might just consider buying 1 deck of Penguins new marked decks as each purchase, be it a brick or one deck, you get a couple downloads to go with it by "AT LEAST" Rick Lax and Jon Armstrong http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/9178

I did go ahead and order this book and it is a really great book. A lot of up to date ideas that will have you opening your unused magic drawer and dusting off your old stripper deck. Although, I would highly suggest you purchase at least 1 Phoenix Brand Casino Quality Stripper Deck (with regular or the all new large pips). You will not beat these decks because they were smart enough to tweak the back design to keep even borders.
http://www.card-shark.de/index.cfm?page=......rtID=117
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Luke Jermay has a great DVD lecture, when he was just 20 years old or something. Has a great effect that utilizes just what you ask about. You likely won't recognize it's use, most magi don't. Heck, they probably still don't know about this. Worth it.
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Hey donny can you tell me what lecture bcs he has done many
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Of late, I've been considering using a stripper deck as my normal deck for doing all my normal effects. My thinking is that if I get into a bind, or just want to relax a bit, I can use the taper feature to control a selection without any thought, and do any number of effects.

Has anyone here gone that direction?
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I wanted to update this message, to say that I recently received and read "A New Angle" by Plunkett & Feldman. This book really sheds new light on the oft forgotten stripper deck. Some of the effects are truly dramatic. In the book, there is plenty of new thinking and some very inventive creations. I'm now almost certain to use the stripper as my everyday deck from now on.
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A very good book!!

Some of the effects where you need to pull multiple cards work well with a Forte stripper deck.



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On Apr 12, 2018, EndersGame wrote:
The classic deck from Theodoor DeLand (= DeLand's 100 Dollar Deck & DeLand's Automatic Deck) is both a marked deck and a stripper deck.

It comes with free online learning materials, and in my review here I've included links to a number of videos that have routines with the deck. Perhaps something there will help you out or give some ideas.

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This was way too hard to read for me but you could get a marked deck and cut it yourself or get a stripper deck and mark it yourself
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With a marker or an exacto knife you can mark any deck you'd like, takes about 30 mins
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On Jun 12, 2018, fogelka wrote:
Of late, I've been considering using a stripper deck as my normal deck for doing all my normal effects. My thinking is that if I get into a bind, or just want to relax a bit, I can use the taper feature to control a selection without any thought, and do any number of effects.

Has anyone here gone that direction?


I have been using stripper deck for the past year and its kind of stuck with me. It's easy to reset even if you need to let the audience handle the cards.
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