Superior Playing Cards

Regular price $6.00
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Our insanely popular Superior Classic Bricks are back and better than ever. We have updated the red color a little and streamlined the tuck (at the suggestion of Asi Wind) to make it look even more classic.

Each dozen includes a bonus magnetic, reusable, flat-folding brick box. At this time, the cards are only available by the brick; future single deck availability not guaranteed.

 

Cards

These are your new go-to playing cards. They handle wonderfully and are traditionally cut for perfect weave shuffles. Very resilient, yet with a splendid ease of use. The bricks are available in Blue, Black, and Red, so you can get the combinations you need for all your favorite tricks.

Also, the cards closely match our Superior Classic Readers: the few, subtle differences in the tuck cases will allow you to tell them apart!

Superior Brand is a new series of cards that will encompass a large range of variations. There will be different finishes, and colors of the same back design, different back designs, gaffed decks and cards, and much more. This iteration is focused on a classic design and feel. The cards are priced inexpensively and feature all the qualities that most card handlers look for in their day to day card work.

 

Tuck

Each tuck case is made with a special synthetic paper that will last and last. It is tear resistant, resilient, and will help protect your cards from moisture.

 

Classic Finish

Classic – Named Classic because this feels most like what many card handlers are now used to. Softer stock that is easy to handle.

Stripper Superior Playing Cards

Normal wedge strippers have always been trimmed so that one end is narrower than the other. We have done what was previously considered impossible, we have cut one end WIDER than the other.

They work perfectly like regular strippers and have the huge added bonus that if you swap a few of our Expanded Stripper cards (say four aces) into another matching deck (even a borrowed one), you will have total control over those added cards, no matter how the spectator shuffles the deck.

This is one of the most diabolical ideas we’ve ever had!