Charlie Frye Bravo
I never thought I'd be replacing my old Bicycle friends,
but your Phoenix deck is killer.
I'm also completely enamored by your Gypsy Deck. The props
you put out are truly first class all the way. Bravo and
In this area I want to post from time to time my own developments or other highlights, that worked for me and could be useful for other magicians.
And just for the beginning a real good tool to use. A Tamariz-Stack Trainer that I developed by myself. Give it a try!
By clicking on the card or the Stack number you toggle the visibility of them. By clicking the arrows you browse thru the cards and can train the stack. For Training purposes you click the "R" button to get a random card.
As it is practical to train in smaller groups there is the possibility to narrow the random cards into a specified area. And if you want to go further, you can train the cards with a specified time interval by clicking the play button at the top. Have fun with it, it is really worth to learn a stack.
To learn more about the Tamariz Stack you should read the book "Mnemonica".