Best Poker Decks – The Bicycle 1800 Marked Deck

You will know how important it can be to choose the right poker deck if your experience with poker is anything like mine. It should also be easy to transport and use, even while camping. Fortunately, there are many great choices out there, and this list will help you decide which ones are right for you!

Bicycle 1800 marked Deck

This deck is intended to look authentically old and warn. The faux aging process gives the cards and tuckbox a worn, cracked, and damaged appearance. They are printed on high-quality Bicycle Cards and come with a handy Gaff for colour changing deck effects.

Instead of using the clock-style markings as in other marked cards, this deck uses careful distinction between dark and white scratches. It’s a system that requires attention, and is not as easy to spot for tired eyes, but it’s an impressive secret weapon that will make your next poker night a success.

1900 Series Weathered Carmarks

The 1900 Series is a great choice for anyone who loves playing cards with an authentic old-world look. These decks have a beautiful blend between rustic and modern. The backs feature a combination of rope-outlined and subtle metallic ink. They are printed using thin-crushed stock that gives them a linen effect. This makes it easy to hold and move.

The combination of a simple design and stylish foil gives the tuck box and cards a feeling of luxury and class. It’s a beautiful deck of cards that will stand out from the rest.

NOC Decks

One of the most popular types of decks in magic today are the NOC (Nothing Only Color) decks, which feature a minimalist back design that’s great for reading cards without spreading them. They aren’t marked in strict terms, but they have an amazing secret marking system that is so subtle that even trained magicians can’t find it.

1900 Series Mechanic Playing Cards

The Mechanic decks also have an amazing secret. They don’t have traditional clock-style marks like many other marked decks, but instead use a very unique system that is thematically related to chess and point value.

These cards are available both in red and blue Bicycle Rider Backs. They are slightly thicker than other standard Bicycle cards, but they are still very soft and easy to hold.

You will need practice to master the markings but it is a great trick for all your cards tricks!

The 1900 Series Bicycle Riderbacks are another good choice for magicians and cardists. They combine a classic design with clever secret markings. The decks can be purchased in both red and blue Bicycle Riderbacks. They’re made using the same classic crushed stocks as other Bicycle Cards by USPCC.

The tuck boxes and cards look authentically aged, but they are a great addition for any magician’s collection. Although they aren’t as durable than the weathered-decks listed here, they’re a great way add some history to your next performance.