Try The Impossible - Aronson
In Simon Aronson's latest book, he invites you to Try The Impossible .
- A spectator freely names any card. A second spectator freely touches any card - and it matches the named card! The performer never even looks through the deck!
- Control two freely selected and replaced cards to virtually any two positions you desire - without any sleight-of-hand!
- Imagine dealing five strong poker hands, each better than the previous one, with the dealer receiving a Royal Flush in spades - and being able to instantly repeat it again and again with no resetting!
- Two freely selected cards magically appear at two freely named numbers!
- The deck itself correctly reads a spectator's mind, four times, to reveal her selected card - and discovers the matching four-of-a-kind as well!
- One spectator freely chooses and pockets two cards, whose identities remain unknown. From a second, shuffled deck another spectator freely touches two cards - and both cards match the first chosen pair!
- Aces assemble one-at-a-time, and then all appear under the spectator's hand-with no extra cards and no palming!
- Predict the exact location of two freely cut and replaced cards!
Try The Impossible also contains an all-new, in-depth look at the Aronson Stack, with over 25 new effects that don't require memorization of the stack and leave the entire deck intact!
And there's so much more..mind-boggling locations, spelling effects, a gambling scam, the Head Over Heels move, the UnDo Influence control and even a rap Ace production! Extensive comments offer variations, theories, presentations, lead-in and follow-up routines and in-depth insights that will keep you thinking. Try The Impossible presents a wealth of new, baffling and entertaining card magic that doesn't depend on difficult sleight-of-hand.
Hardbound, Over 275 Large (8 1/2" x 11") Pages and Beautifully Illustrated With Over 120 Photos Time and again I find myself returning to Simon Aronson's books, and eachtime I find something clever that I had overlooked (or forgotten about).Try The Impossible is a delight, and I highly recommend it to everyone whoenjoys intelligent, diabolically constructed card magic. Mike Close