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what: 4 full card routines
type of magic: strolling, close-up
skill level: beginner
instructions: 43 pages
All In: “The performer tests his luck and triumphantly “traps” the spectator’s thought of card between the two Jokers under impossible conditions“.
Quick preset using a regular deck of cards. Present this to 4 or 5 spectators, and at least one of them should be seated at a non-see-through table.
Lucky You: “A chosen card is found at a position established by randomly chosen numbers“.
Preset optional, but this routine also uses a regular deck of cards. Have three blank pieces of papers, something to write with and five spectators.
R.M.: “In a ‘locked-room mystery’ fashion, a thought-of card vanishes from a packet of twelve picture cards held by the spectator and ends up in a sealed envelope that has been in sight the entire time“.
Little prep needed, uses an opaque envelope and one spectator.
Three + One: “An amazing coincidence happens between the performer and the two spectators after numerous random decisions“.
Requires the most setup, as this routine based on spelling, but it also uses a regular deck of cards, and two card boxes.
*BONUS – Polish Poker Stacking: “This pseudo-riffle stacking demonstration will convince your audience that you’re a sleight-of-hand expert and the Devil himself. It allows you to seamlessly stack a Royal Flush in just two riffle shuffles. Moments later, you ‘up the ante’ and stack (with one shuffle) the strongest hand of a merely thought-of poker rank“.
This routine requires you to have the specially made “Polish Poker” cards and one spectator, but “the more the merrier“.
- full routines
- table needed
- card magic
- audience participation
- advanced sleight-of-hand
- extra expense
Plots & Methods by Michal Kociolek
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