Chris Korn is one of the hottest working professionals in the world. He had been hiding in the underground for many years but in 2004 the world saw him explode onto the national celebrity scene with a series of shows on the Travel Channel and a multitude of appearances on major talk shows. He's handsome, debonair and an extremely talented magician with a bent sense of humor. One thing is for sure; you'll find four of the most visual, practical, high impact tricks from Chris' working repertoire that will soon find their way into all of your shows.
3 Korn Vanish: This mainstay of Chris' walk-a-round set for years is slick, deceptive and practical.
Brutal Deck Switch: Simply the best thought of card routine in the universe. Chris teaches the most diabolical methods with an attention to detail that will leave you gasping for air!
She Holds the Money: Of course you can vanish coins, but in this outstanding show piece the spectator does it with no clue to how it was done.
Coppa Silva: It's simple and elegant with props you already own, but now you'll have the real work on how to blow their minds this is ultra clean.
Fire in the Hole: An incredibly visual production and vanish sequence that guarantees the audience will go wild! It's a real showstopper!
One For the Bar: The one trick that will insure that you will never have to pay for a drink again. Minimal skill, incredible impact!
Double crossed: A test conditions transposition between your pen and the spectators Mont Blanc. It's as strong as the Watch Steal!
Lip-tak Sighting: Yet another Korn Coin Classic. Brilliant productions and vanishes well within the reach of intermediate coin men.
Professionals approach magic differently. It's not about bells and whistles. It's about reliability, reset, and reaction. Think of it as the 3 'R's of being a pro. Chris Korn is one of the hottest working pros in the western hemisphere. His DVDs "Extreme Korn" and "Radical Korn" are FULL of solid "workers" (tricks that have been thoroughly gig-tested). They're not the kind of thing you'd want as your first DVDs (they're advanced), but a great set of tricks to work on if you're looking to round out your repertoire.