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The Black Scorpion Deck is a two toned black and yellow poker deck, the first of it’s kind!
This deck features yellow and white pips. Beyond the 52 standard cards, this deck holds ONE JOKER & extra gaff cards sure to take your card work to a whole new level.
Dazzle your audiences with this incredibly crafted card deck for a very visually stimulating experience.
PRODUCT DETAILS - Single Packaged Unit Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 2 inches Weight: 0.13 lbs
Ultimate black deck
The Black Scorpion Deck takes the idea of a reversed black deck to the next level. This has card backs like the Black Reversed Back deck, but the white is replaced with yellow. That's because this is basically a two-toned deck that uses just yellow and white besides of course the inky black. The distinction between traditionally black and red suits is clear enough with the use of yellow and black on the face cards.
One thing different about the court cards is the use of some blue. So they still have a royal look that doesn't appeal minimalistic, and yet this fits within the color theme used in the rest of the deck. The colors are very vibrant, and really "pop" against the jet black background. The Black Scorpion also has a unique Ace of Spades, which now features a bright yellow Scorpion image of a center pip.
You also get four other special cards. Firstly there are three gaffs that utilize the Scorpion: a custom Joker featuring the Scorpion, and two more Ace of Spades, each featuring a Scorpion holding a playing card, the first being a red backed card, the second being an Ace of Diamond. Naturally these are used for a magic routine, called "The Scorpion Card Grabber" (aka "Scavenging Scorpion"), which offers a fun way to reveal the spectator's selection of the Ace of Diamonds. This does require the use of a couple of elementary card sleights, and won't be suitable for a complete beginner. The final gaff card is a unique card that does double duty as a 6 of Diamonds and a 9 of Clubs, and is used for a short comic prediction effect.
All the instructions are written, and there are no video tutorials. - BoardGameGeek reviewer EndersGame