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On Jul 21, 2019, videoman wrote:
I know it can be confusing. It says out of stock and then in most cases just ignore what it says about being discontinued. That seems to be a stock notice Penguin puts up whenever a product is out of stock.
Of course many products have been discontinued, mostly older ones, but it will still say that regardless.


Yeah, I figured. Just seems kind of sloppy on Penguin's end. Especially the part about how the manufacturer should contact them.
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Heads up jason has released a special black ops edition. Available from him 10 units worldwide. 9 now as I've just ordered one.
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On Jul 25, 2019, magic in mind wrote:
Heads up jason has released a special black ops edition. Available from him 10 units worldwide. 9 now as I've just ordered one.


Thanks for the info! I got one as well!
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Differences with sudden deck 3.0??
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On Jul 25, 2019, Fero wrote:
Differences with sudden deck 3.0??
. Only have to watch the demos?? There both way different. But the sudden deck 3.0 will last a lot longer to where the flat pack you will have to repair at sometime.
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The Black Ops edition looked cool. I got one before they are gone!
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Wait what, where do I get black ops edition and what is it!?
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Jason's website deceptions is reality..its a red flatpack with an extra gimmick..giving an invisible load via a table..with additional material and ideas..costed me an xtra 15 pounds with delivery..was just about to pre order a red one from Saturn magic..which would have been cheaper n free shipping. But only 10 units worldwide worth a punt..Sudden deck is available again via penguin..was considering it..but I like flatpack better..you could still use the same patter with flatpack..but I'll be leaning more towards going up to a group asking if anyone has a deck of cards as you sat on your deck flattened it and cards have spilled out somewhere..of course unless your in a casino..you'll get a no..so magically produce one ..then show some effects.
It sure beats going up to folk and asking if they want to see a card trick.
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Kind of reminds me of the ol' "Did anyone drop this black pocketknife?" opening line.


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On Jul 25, 2019, magic in mind wrote:
Jason's website deceptions is reality..its a red flatpack with an extra gimmick..giving an invisible load via a table..with additional material and ideas..costed me an xtra 15 pounds with delivery..was just about to pre order a red one from Saturn magic..which would have been cheaper n free shipping. But only 10 units worldwide worth a punt..Sudden deck is available again via penguin..was considering it..but I like flatpack better..you could still use the same patter with flatpack..but I'll be leaning more towards going up to a group asking if anyone has a deck of cards as you sat on your deck flattened it and cards have spilled out somewhere..of course unless your in a casino..you'll get a no..so magically produce one ..then show some effects.
It sure beats going up to folk and asking if they want to see a card trick.
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Thanks for the heads up- in for one of the Black Ops as well.
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Hi, Just a heads up for everyone. I haven’t released a black ops edition so to speak. I posted a few videos on IG performing this “black” version a few weeks back and it generated a lot of interest and as I had some of the materials left over as well as 10 red flat pack gimmicks. I decided to put a package together (which I’ve called black ops edition) with what I had left over which includes the ability to perform this version as well as some other ideas on uses for the excess materials. It was actually an additional £10 which was to cover the cost of the materials and time but all 10 copies have been snapped up quickly and I don’t intend on extending this as a release. If anyone owns Flat Pack already and has seen the videos I’m sure they understand what’s going on and will be able to replicate it themselves 👍🏼
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Well feel privileged to have 1 of 10 copies anyway.Kinda cool and looking forward to it.
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And again... an honest, clear and unpretentious answer by Jason. I’m a fan.
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On Jun 14, 2019, The Unmasked Magician wrote:
I'm not sure if Steve Faulkner's review has been mentioned here yet. I think it's the best review so far, anyone interested in this should watch it, imo. He makes an excellent point about the moment of the load. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRHt9GnN-bc


And yet, I feel certain that the "moment of the load" is exactly WHY this could be awesome.

Not knowing the exact mechanism in place, I can't be sure, but it seems to me that using a Mullica style load would mean that all the dirty work is done well in advance, in fact, it could easily be done as you pull your wallet out.......

And yet, people are saying that performing this standing up is problematic....so I assume the load can't be done in this way. And I see without question that it most certainly could, with perhaps some modifications. Not only that, with such a load, there would be NO angle problems. And standing up would be a breeze.

I'm a fan of these type of effects, but has Jason missed a very simple solution here? I suspect version 2.0 might address these issues...or maybe this version will work with this loading method....
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On Jun 14, 2019, The Unmasked Magician wrote:
I'm not sure if Steve Faulkner's review has been mentioned here yet. I think it's the best review so far, anyone interested in this should watch it, imo. He makes an excellent point about the moment of the load. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRHt9GnN-bc


And yet, I feel certain that the "moment of the load" is exactly WHY this could be awesome.

Not knowing the exact mechanism in place, I can't be sure, but it seems to me that using a Mullica style load would mean that all the dirty work is done well in advance, in fact, it could easily be done as you pull your wallet out.......

..
And yet, people are saying that performing this standing up is problematic....so I assume the load can't be done in this way. And I see without question that it most certainly could, with perhaps some modifications. Not only that, with such a load, there would be NO angle problems. And standing up would be a breeze.

I'm a fan of these type of effects, but has Jason missed a very simple solution here? I suspect version 2.0 might address these issues...or maybe this version will work with this loading method....


Hey buddy, You’re quite right. There is a wallet load in the trailer and a wallet load taught on the download not using a Mullica wallet but the same idea. For stage it would work great with a large envelope etc.
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Got a chance to play with this recently and I was very impressed! Its very practical for how visual it is IMO
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Does anyone have a link to the black art performance?
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On Jul 29, 2019, paranormal wrote:
Does anyone have a link to the black art performance?


https://www.instagram.com/p/Bzbe-jTnFLq/?igshid=m0imydgj4j4k
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Hi Guys,

We have it back in stock ready for shipping today. Smile Pheew that was a long wait. Smile

Available now and ships out today at: https://tinyurl.com/y5sstqne

Best,
Tom
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