Any Card named by the spectator will appear inside of an apple!
That's just one example that you can do with the Card in Mind System.
On this DVD Peter will teach you some incredible and amazing routines, where the card can appear in fruits, in a cigarette or even in a balloon...
In this system the spectator freely names a card - without force or equivoque in any form!
It's a good choice for you if you would like to fascinate and surprise your audience with a brilliant and spectacular effect.
This inspiring DVD includes six routines:
Card in Apple: The spectator names ANY CARD and it appears inside of an apple that was placed in a paper bag, which had been in the spectator's hand before he named the card.
Card in Cigarette:
The performer hands a blank card to a spectator and asks him to name ANY CARD. When the card is named the performer rolls up a piece of paper like a cigarette and it turns into a cigarette visually. The spectator tears it up and realizes there is a card inside: it's the freely named card!Blank card turns into a freely named card: The performer hands a card to a spectator and asks him to name ANY CARD. When the card is named the performer turns the card over and the card is blank. The card is rolled up by the spectator. The magician turns the blank card into the spectator's freely named card. Everything is examinable!
Card in Balloon:
The magicians hands a balloon to the spectator and asks him to shake it. You can see that there is something inside the balloon... The performer asks the spectator to name any card. After the card is named the performer gives a needle to the spectator and asks him to punch the balloon with it. When the balloon is punched with the needle a folded card falls out of it. The spectator takes the card and opens it and he will be surprised to find his named card.
Named Card in bottle:
In this routine Peter teaches his taking on a card in a bottle routine. This routine fits perfectly with the C.I.M System, which means you pass through the freely named card(s) without using a deck or force.
Blank card under a napkin:
This routine combines the card in balloon with the blank card routine. Peter streamlined the core idea taking out the balloon from the routine, which allows you to perform it in a close-up situation without taking the balloon and needle with yourself.
Key points to remember: