Several years ago, I bought several decks of cards at a garage sale, since I do card magic and like having “trashable” cards and decks to work with. One deck, it turns out, is a trick deck that I can’t exactly figure out, so I’m hoping you can help me ID it. 1. The box and instructions are all in simplified Chinese. There are either 38 steps to use this deck (unlikely) or there are 38 effects that all need only a paragraph. 2. The deck alternates like a Svengali deck, except that riffling one way shows all red suits, ruffling the other way shows all black. Svengali (in my definition) Show random cards one way, organized cards the other way. 3. The red cards are shorter than the black, which you may have inferred from 2. 4. The card backs are those found on Chinese airlines. This is only important because the design on the back is orientable, that is, this is a one-way deck. Straight out of the new box, based on the backs the cards are oriented alternating up, down, up, down. The backs look like http://a.trionfi.eu/WWPCM/decks06/d04014/d04014r105.jpg 5. It doesn’t feel like a stripper deck. I’ve tried reversing a card, and although it ever so slightly changes the look of the deck when viewed long-edge-on, but you can’t tell by feel. 6. I found the deck on a Chinese web site. I’m on an iPhone, and Safari initially said this wasn’t a valid link, but then it does show the deck, along with an app from the Chinese App Store. I don’t read Chinese, but my efforts do say that it is a Magic Poker Deck. The deck is, in fact, bridge size, so the Poker is not describing the size. However, I’m relying on Google Translate, so this may mean nothing except I guessed the language correctly. https://h5.m.taobao.com/2shou/newDetail.html?spm=a21m2.8293008.0.0&page=item&id=558775395649 Hopefully this is enough to ID the deck.