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OK, I am going to bite the bullet and learn a stacked deck. But which one? and why that one? What aids are available to help learn that particular stack? Thanks for your help.
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The best stack I think is the mnemonic stack
just a quick research and you will fall in love with it
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IMO, Richard Osterlind's Breakthrough Card System is the most accessible (you can learn it in 30 min), but it has limitations. Juan Tamariz's Mnemonica is probably the most popular and has a ton of versatile applications, but that one will take studying. Those are the only two I'm familiar with, but they are very strong stacks. Best of luck and have fun!
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Simon aronson has several books on stacked decks.

Part of your answer lies within what effect are you looking for. Simon has some poker hands that makes his fun to do.
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