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mightytimbo
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I recently bought my first stripper deck on a whim. Not something I really messed with much before. I've primarily focused on regular decks. What are your favorite tricks with this? Links to tutorials if you have them? Or at least performances?
DerekG
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My mind immediately goes to performing the works easiest version of the Triumph effect. Look up any Triumph performance and the method of doing it with a stripper deck will probably be immediately apparent.
Mark Boody Illusionist
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Here is a good place to start. For short money this can't be beat!

https://www.penguinmagic.com/p/10152

Best of luck

Mark
DerekG
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I'm not sure, but I might have that exact video. I'll have to dig through my magic DVDs later to confirm. If it's the video I'm thinking of, it's a great one.
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It's good to be reminded of that video by Daryl.

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michaelpenkul
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Asi Wind has a trick called the xy deck that he teaches for free somewhere on his website - it doesn't use a stripper deck but it can be easily adapted to one if you can manage how the spectators shuffle. The amazing trick that separates the reds and blacks.

You can do 4 ace productions from a shuffled deck, or even control a whole stack of cards. Another Café member TH10111 posted a blog a few months ago about stripper stacks which is worth checking out - https://th10111.wordpress.com/2020/09/28......-holdem/

If you go into the Café search you'll find him
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A thread title like this must really make people unfamiliar with card magic wonder what we're talking about... Smile
DerekG
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Whatever gets them in the door.
copperct
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Chapter 15 of Jean Hugard Encyclopedia of Card Magic has a bunch of tricks that you can breeze through. You can also get this book for dirt cheap used if you're willing to do that and in the states.

https://www.amazon.com/Encyclopedia-Tric......8&sr=8-1
Roberto Juan
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Lessons by Daryl are always top notch. This is also a good option. I wonder what Oz is up to these days.

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https://www.penguinmagic.com/p/1731
cuchullain
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A new angle, by Ryan Plunkett and Michael Feldman was reviewed on the Café, and seems to open up a whole new way of integrating stripper decks into card magic
https://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/view......orum=110
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On Feb 28, 2021, Roberto Juan wrote:
I wonder what Oz is up to these days.

For a while he was just doing magic part time, while he had a full-time job at a global technology services department. He has since become a full-time entertainer, specializing in mentalism as "OZ the Mentalist".

You can see a number of his performances over on his youtube channel, and on his website. He's performed on several TV shows, including America's Got Talent (video clip here).

He's also considered an elite long distance runner, having won the New Jersey Marathon four times, and with a lot of success in 50 mile races.

The About page on his website has more info and details.
thegreatscungilli
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Another vote for Daryl's video.. One trick I like is the King, Queen and Evil Knave routine.
Bob Sanders
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LOL! After only 62 years as a paid magician, it surprises me how many magicians still are unaware of how many pro magicians use a stripper deck as their regular deck.
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The Stripper Deck by Daryl looks amazing. I could not imagine a better teacher. Thanks for the link to Penguin! I just ordered both dvd and a new Bicycle stripper deck.
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