An impromptu effect with a deck of cards and a rubber band.
No gimmick required
Easy to do
A hybrid of a card trick and the plot spectator as a mind reader dressed in the clothes of hypnosis.
Spectator 1 selects a card and places it back in the deck which is then put into the box.
Spectator 2 is asked to close his/her eyes and is put through a simple process at the end of which he/she names the card.
Box'ing is a principle that allows us to reveal a spectator's selection using a card box.
You show an empty card box and a deck of cards and hand them both to a spectator. They select a card and bury it back into the deck. Now you say that you are going to find their card using the card box. You then take the box...
In this trick you make an unbelievable double prediction.
1. Just imagine you show two cards with a prediction.
2. You put them in your pocket without revealing them.
3. The spectator names any two cards from the deck. It's an absolutely free choice!!!
4. Your spectator won't believe it but when you pull out the cards...
How would you like to bend a coin so clean and direct that it's undeniable? Look no further. This is it! Throw away your Sharpies, because with a coin bend this clean, there's no need for validation. No need for expensive gimmicks and it's affordable. Imagine... you borrow a coin from a spectator and wrap your hand around the...
This is FEELING.
Each movement is completely natural.
You let the audience pick a card, and have them memorize the card and draw something on the card. Then without ever seeing the card you tell them to put the card back in the deck. Lastly when the card is hidden in the deck you tell your spectator what the card is and what they drew...
In this download you will learn 6 color changes from Mohammad Ihab Asfour.
BONUS: Bounce Trick
One of the most natural and practical rising card effects.
The spectator chooses a card and puts it in the middle of the deck. In the most natural way you get that card to rise from the deck.
Gimmick can easily be found.
- Easy gimmick
- Instant reset
- Anytime anywhere
- Very visual and easy to perform
Show a glass bottle and pass a light source through the bottle as evidence that it is empty. Put the bottle on the floor and break it with a hammer. Amazingly there are a pair of sunglasses extracted from the broken bottle.
- Perfect for street magic
- Use without sleeves
- Real glass bottle
July starts off with two heavy hitters in the magic industry. First up we have Chris "Orbit" Brown, creator of countless moves, effects, and the renowned magic seminar "The Classroom," has proven himself a force to be reckoned with. His attention to detail and intrinsic understanding of the art has hurdled Brown to the upper top of his class...
For every professional magician, economy is key.
Taking that to the extreme, how about just having just one random odd backed card with a regular deck?
This is what was found, the Chicago Opener (originally Hot Card Trick No.1 by Al Leech, 1950, then made popular as the Chicago Opener by Frank Everhart) also known as Red Hot...
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