Eleven Madison Park has been ranked #5 on the World’s Top 50 Restaurants.
Since early 2012, theory11 and Eleven Madison Park have been working together to make a little magic happen in New York City. Our unique collaboration has been featured in The New York Times and New Yorker Magazine. The reception has been extraordinary.
As San Pellegrino put it, ‘Card tricks at the table, but the real magic is in the food.’ There’s no doubt that both magic and the menu make a winning combination for international recognition.
If you’re in NYC, plan a visit to Eleven Madison Park and enjoy a table side routine performed with Silver Monarchs. Inspired by three card monte card scams on the streets of New York City, the presentation adds a tasteful (pun intended) surprise to an already unrivaled dining experience.
Artisan Playing Cards are featured in the latest issue of Departures Magazine!
Departures “Necessary Luxuries” section chronicles luxury items celebrities cannot live without. In this issue, they interviewed David Copperfield. One of Copperfield’s “necessary luxuries” was our Artisan Playing Cards, which Copperfield tagged “the best playing cards ever produced.”
The article features an awesome picture by James Wojcik of a house of cards. Artisans are back in stock and available for immediate shipping at theory11.
Editor’s Note: This article is the eleventh in a weekly series by Jason England: MYSTERIUM. Each article will be posted on Wednesday at 11:00am EST – every post on a different subject. This week, Jason discusses which games are the best in a casino, with the odds the most in your favor.
Mysterium – The Best Game in Town
To date, I’ve filmed 24 training videos on card cheat techniques – false shuffles, card controls, and the like. These videos are produced for entertainment purposes only. To win in a REAL casino, fair and square, you need to beat the odds – and that starts with choosing which game to play. In this article, I’ll review which games are the best, with the odds the most in your favor.
Living in Las Vegas, people frequently ask me, “What’s the best game to play in the casino?” To the vast majority of people I simply reply, “Blackjack”.
It’s not that I don’t want to take the time to explain the real answer; it’s just that most people are asking what they perceive to be a simple question and so I don’t disappoint them – I give them a simple answer. (more…)
Imagine being able to identify the color of face down cards. In the spectator’s hands. After the deck is cut – and shuffled. From a NORMAL deck of cards.
Based on a concept originally published in 1958. A spectator holds 10 cards face down in their hand. You’ve never seen the cards, yet you can identify the color of each one with COMPLETE accuracy. EVERY time. It seems impossible – but it’s simple to learn and extremely powerful.
Watch the trailer. Now available for immediate download.