Erik Tait is the 4th American in history to win a prize at FISM for card magic, and the first to do so in twenty years. When competing, Erik could have chosen any deck of cards in the world to perform with. He chose Continuum. Now you can own the exact same cards used to take home a FISM trophy.
“I chose the Continuum cards for competition because the colors are beautiful, the design is elegant, and the materials used had all the qualities I like in a deck I want to perform with. These cards are gorgeous and make a statement that when you perform with them, the possibilities are infinite.” -Erik Tait
Continuum playing cards have a classic, yet modern appearance. Featuring 100% custom artwork, the card backs have a detailed geometric design with an infinity symbol in the middle - representing infinite possibilities.
The faces are clean, modern takes on the royalty with hints of metallic gold ink. The number cards have a clear, minimal appearance that's suitable for any routine or card game.
Continuum playing cards feature Penguin's exclusive UltraLux™ Finish and AquaFlow™ Coating. The casino-grade European card stock has a perfect linen texture that handles like an absolute dream. The cards are traditionally cut with smooth edges that provide just the right amount of grip.
Printed with vegetable-based inks and water-based coating, the cards are planet-friendly as well! Continuum decks are soft enough to get to work straight out of the box, but durable enough to meet the needs of a full-time magician, cardist, or card sharp.
The Continuum decks are available individually, or in a 6-pack with a custom collector's box.
•Burgundy Limited printing of only 3,000 decks •Black Limited printing of only 500 decks and individually-numbered •100% custom artwork •UltraLux™ Finish with AquaFlow™ Coating •Traditionally cut •2 gaff cards included •Custom tuck box with inside printing •Custom sticker seal •Available individually or in a collector's 6-pack
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