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Variations Invisible Cut Jerry K. It’s dull and plotless. Automatic Mindreading 2 – Two deck effects. Push through poker – An interesting effect using the push through change where you almost get a royal flush in hearts but one card is the ace of spades. Condition see all Condition.

In effect one card is placed on the table as you try to read the spectator’s mind. In effect a selected card penetrates through the table into the spectator’s hand. You’ll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive. I’d prefer to have the two predictions on top.

You have to reach far over coose-up your right, cut some cards, come back placing the deck in your hand, reach over for the cut packet, come back flip it onto the deck, place the packet on the table close-uo.

Sam-Ultaneous – If you like mathematical tricks you’ll like this one, it has an ingenious method but I don’t like it very much. Push-Through Change – Effect.

The Sloppy Card Trick – This is a pick hargy card and I find it trick where the plot seems to be dealing the entire deck into several piles, gathering them up and then dealing down to a named number. Sep 28, This is an Al Koran trick.



Sinceit seems to me care there has been a greater emphasis placed on crediting the originators of sleights and effects, even close-ul so in recent years. Yes, very good why not just say, “Check out my false shuffle everybody!

Impossibility – Interesting way of using a key card in a face down spread but I don’t like that whole pick a card and I find it premise on which the effect is based.

Also it’s the same in appearance because you still have to swap the decks over anyway except in this version you don’t end clean. Curry Turnover Change for multiple cards. No reference is given so no way to check the harrj. Out of this Universe. To carf the mark of a good book is whether I could use the majority of the material, not, and I stress not that I find one useable item.

Good for you Ted Leondo. It’s what card magic should be, not a bunch of shuffling, cutting, dealing and messing about with indicator cards and boring plotless pick a card tricks. I agree with you on most of your points. So if Vernon and Cardini did not know who had originated uncredited items, it might not have been so easy to find out.

I had them shuffle their own cards and proceeded to do STOP! Four cards are selected and then found by cutting to them, their cards change to aces and the four selections are removed from your pockets.

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That’s your opinion and I do not mean to invalidate it but to let you know there are people out there who think carv assessment is wrong. The trick in question being “design for laughter”. That patter, or the rhythm of that patter may be what makes the trick “work”. Learn some of the greatest card tricks ever, straight from the legend himself Wanna learn card tricks? As long as as an opinion is informed and intelligent, I enjoy reading a point of view that differ from my own and considering WHY I disagree with it.


Now, if you have a lot of performing experience, you may be able to make cars immediately. No Looking – An ingenious mentalism effect by Alex Elmsley, this is a fine example of proper construction leaving you several kagic ahead allowing for a truly inexplicable effect! Two-Together – A slightly tweaked version of Sam-ultaneous I don’t care much for this one either.

Opinions are merely that; but for me, I didn’t like carx. This page was created in 0. Multiple Change – A decent, if rather awkward variant for the turnover change allowing you to change multiple cards.

A very fair review, Euan.

A great application of the plunger principle. In the third phase you openly place the card second from the top and then do a double lift.

He is also a columnist for Genii magazine magazine. Performing the trick as written may be the only way to see how the patter works with the trick; insight which would THEN allow you to mess around with it.

Regarding Harry’s “perform these exactly as written” comments, I no harrg find these as patronizing as I once did. Let me describe the situation that I spoke of crad. The modus operandi is simple. All Listings filter applied.