Albaka Deck was created by Al Baker and sold as in instruction sheet in 1933.
Effect: A spectator is asked to merely think of any card in the pack. The performer looks at him for a second, and then writes something on the face of one card. Now the spectator is asked to remove his thought-of card from deck. The performer names the card, he wrote upon, and the spectator also removes this from deck, finding that the performer has actually written the name of the mentally chosen card.