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Blue Masters Deck (ellusionist)

£4.98

This deck is meant to be the same. On the surface, Ellusionist’s new Masters Edition Playing Cards appear to be completely normal backed Bicycle cards. Underneath the surface lies remarkable quality never before seen in a normal deck of Bicycle Playing Cards.

Featuring premium, casino-grade card stock, the Masters Edition represents the highest quality playing cards printed at the United States Playing Card Company (USPCC).

The only aesthetic changes are a redesigned, revolutionized Ace of Spades (see it) and an amp’d up box.

  • Premium, casino-grade card stock
  • UV500 Elite Airflow Finish
  • Exceptionally smooth handling for flourishers
  • Long-lasting durability


    Today I received my three decks of Blue Masters. Like the Reds, the stock and finish of the cards provide an excellent feel and handling right out of the box.

    My cards were cut perfectly, no rough edges, no skewed borders. Faros and springs were no issue, whereas I find with normal Bikes I often have to spring them quite a bit before they’re ready for Faroing.

    The design of the Ace of Spades is the same, but is now offered in a nice shade of blue that’s a good match for the backs.

    Some new touches that make the Blue Masters stand out from the Red…

    The Barcode Reveal – Still there, but now reveals the 7 of Spades rather than the 2. E has also removed their info from the bottom flap so you can perform this revelation without broadcasting E’s existence to your audience. The E logo is now on the top flap of the deck (near where it says “Poker”) and will be very hard for anyone to spot.

    The Bonus Cards – Like the Red Masters, a “demo” version of the Ghost Ace of Spades is included. However, unlike the Red deck, the other bonus card is a full-fledged normal Bike Ace of Spades for those who may not want to use the new Masters Ace. I think this was a great touch for E to throw in.

    The last major difference is the addition of color to the long edges of the box. It’s a subtle thing, but I feel it really enhances the look of the box and makes it feel a little more “normal”.

    I can only hope that when E makes a 2nd run of the Red Masters, they include the improvements that they’ve made with the Blue Masters.

    E has taken a great deck and made it even better. It shows that they truly listen to what their customers ask for (especially the removal of E info from the bottom flap).

    If you’re looking for a deck that handles well, looks great, and is of the utmost quality, look no further than the new Blue Masters deck.
    ~ Kevin Reylek, N.Y., USA

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    This deck is meant to be the same. On the surface, Ellusionist’s new Masters Edition Playing Cards appear to be completely normal backed Bicycle cards. Underneath the surface lies remarkable quality never before seen in a normal deck of Bicycle Playing Cards.

    Featuring premium, casino-grade card stock, the Masters Edition represents the highest quality playing cards printed at the United States Playing Card Company (USPCC).

    The only aesthetic changes are a redesigned, revolutionized Ace of Spades (see it) and an amp’d up box.

  • Premium, casino-grade card stock
  • UV500 Elite Airflow Finish
  • Exceptionally smooth handling for flourishers
  • Long-lasting durability


    Today I received my three decks of Blue Masters. Like the Reds, the stock and finish of the cards provide an excellent feel and handling right out of the box.

    My cards were cut perfectly, no rough edges, no skewed borders. Faros and springs were no issue, whereas I find with normal Bikes I often have to spring them quite a bit before they’re ready for Faroing.

    The design of the Ace of Spades is the same, but is now offered in a nice shade of blue that’s a good match for the backs.

    Some new touches that make the Blue Masters stand out from the Red…

    The Barcode Reveal – Still there, but now reveals the 7 of Spades rather than the 2. E has also removed their info from the bottom flap so you can perform this revelation without broadcasting E’s existence to your audience. The E logo is now on the top flap of the deck (near where it says “Poker”) and will be very hard for anyone to spot.

    The Bonus Cards – Like the Red Masters, a “demo” version of the Ghost Ace of Spades is included. However, unlike the Red deck, the other bonus card is a full-fledged normal Bike Ace of Spades for those who may not want to use the new Masters Ace. I think this was a great touch for E to throw in.

    The last major difference is the addition of color to the long edges of the box. It’s a subtle thing, but I feel it really enhances the look of the box and makes it feel a little more “normal”.

    I can only hope that when E makes a 2nd run of the Red Masters, they include the improvements that they’ve made with the Blue Masters.

    E has taken a great deck and made it even better. It shows that they truly listen to what their customers ask for (especially the removal of E info from the bottom flap).

    If you’re looking for a deck that handles well, looks great, and is of the utmost quality, look no further than the new Blue Masters deck.
    ~ Kevin Reylek, N.Y., USA

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