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ATTO Presents: Logical Deck (RED) by Touson

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Without touching or looking at a selected card, you can divine the name of the selection even without asking question. This can be done with the Logical Deck.

The secret is the intelligent and subtle markings on the deck. The Logical Deck is a whole new marked deck.

As far as an ordinary marked deck is concerned, you cannot read a mark of a card in the middle of the deck. However, you can do that quickly with the Logical Deck. It does not take so long to read the markings. When you get used to its system, you can read the markings of two cards in a moment.

Even experienced magicians will be fooled unless they know the marking method.

The instruction manual includes two basic handlings and a routine with a trick deck.

We hope you enjoy this simple and straightforward effect, and intelligent principle.

Includes gimmicked Red Bicycle Deck.

"When I saw this effect for the first time, I could not help shouting "No way!" I was totally fooled although he had told me that the secret was a variation of my idea. The Logical Deck employs a mathmatical principle. But the deck can be shuffled even by a spectator. Of course, you need to glimpse the deck. However, you can do that in a moment in a natural movement. I am amazed that he came up with this idea. He is truly talented."

- Katsuya Masuda

"When I was a magic dealer, I came across a Masuda's trick. The secret of the trick was new and exciting. I tried to invent more powerful effect with his idea and finally completed the Logical Deck. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Katsuya Masuda who highly appreciated my work and made efforts to commercialize the Logical Deck."

- Touson

ATTO Presents: Logical Deck (RED) by Touson

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