TCC Packet Effects Collection
In card magic, the concept of "packet tricks" has always been an exceptional and independent existence.
A packet trick or packet effect usually uses only a few cards, and not the whole deck, which makes it easy to carry around.
On the other hand, packet tricks can also polish your card magic, allowing you to significantly improve your sense of magic at a much lower level of difficulty. More importantly, a good packet trick usually has an interesting presentation, allowing it to express much more than what the cards themselves can.
And here we are, we present you 12 Packet Effects, they are the most classic effects in the world of the packet tricks, as well as ideas from within the TCC team.
-Printed by USPCC.
-Self-contained, individual packaging.
-Detailed instructions.（(unless stated otherwise)
-We have also carefully designed a tri-fold envelope, so that you not only will be able to safely store your collection of cards with maximum protection, but also be aesthetically pleasing.
1. 4 Ace Assembly (Four gaffed cards）
This is probably the most classic packet trick, and different magicians have their own version of it. The effect is classic but shocking. The four Aces are placed in four different packets but gather together again.
David Copperfield once put the story about him and his grandfather into a four Aces routine and then brought it to the world stage, which proceeded to shock and move the audience.
2. ESP Cards（Ten cards，Red Bicycle 808 back）
Using these five simple symbols, you can show your audience your mind reading, prediction, induction, and more powers. Everybody knows these five symbols, so you don't have to explain what they are.
No marks (of course, you can easily add your own).
3. The Donuts（Eighteen cards, Bicycle 808 back)
8 pairs of matching Donut cards for your favorite card matching routines.
4. Oil and Water cartoon version（Eight cards, Red Bicycle 808 back）
Performing the oil and water plot with red and black pip cards can be a little monotonous and dull. Try doing it in a more exciting way -- like using actual oil and water graphics.
A little idea from one of our team members Lin Shaobo -- golden oil and blue water droplets.
5. Royal Flush （Five gaffed cards）
Five indifferent cards instantly change into a royal flush. More than that, we also provide a unique gambling routine to go with it.
6. Yin and Yang（Four gaffed cards. No instructions）
You can do a lot of things with these cards, like oil and water. You can also put one Yin and Yang card on the table as a prediction and then force the audience to choose two cards -- but you only have one prediction card, you can show the half and half prediction, or tear it...
7. Happy Birthday（Five gaffed cards，Red Bicycle 808 back）
3D design, beautiful and new. The routine structure is straightforward but very streamlined: Four candles are lit one after another, and a happy birthday wish appears at the end.
8. The Rose (Five gaffed cards，Red Bicycle 808 back）
A version of the Happy Birthday packet trick with Rose cards.
9. Ladies & Gentlemen（Fourteen gaffed cards，Blue Bicycle 808 back）
Five ladies and five gentlemen are bound to be together no matter the spectator's choices.
In the end, only four cards remain. The audience picks 2 of them. If fate exists, what happens next is a miracle -- the gentlemen disappears and appears on the ladies card.
10. Four Kings（Eight gaffed cards，Red Bicycle 808 back)
This is a magic trick about four Kings, one by one; the four Kings become the queens of the corresponding suit, a very obvious change.
Oh? You don't think it's obvious that the court cards turn into another set of court cards? It must be obvious, then, that they are all ACEs!
11. All Queens（Six gaffed cards，Red Bicycle 808 back）
A packet trick full of surprises, the audience will feel an unexpected twist, even a double surprise. It allows you to focus on your performance and make the effect even more magical and exciting!