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Zapped Card Revealed
(7 votes)

I was impressed with the 'Zapped!' effect as seen in the movie 'Shade!'

A gambling routine where you remove a poker hand out of a pack of cards. The hand consists of a FOUR of a kind, with one ODD card. As the cards are held in a fan, you simply run a finger across the face of the fan and The cards VISIBLY CHANGE to a straight flush!

Zapped Performance:

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Daniel Garcia - .44 Revealed
(7 votes)

.44 is beautiful, simple, and great impromptu card trick. I adopted .44 to an opener to an eventual spectator cutting to the aces! AMAZING!

A visual transposition of two packets of four cards (as chosen by spectators). An effect that can be performed spur of the moment.Four Aces held by a spectator transpose with the Jacks in your hand... twice. Each move is taught in unparalleled detail.

.44 Original Performance:

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Daniel Garcia - Timeline 2.0 Revealed
(7 votes)

Powerful effects that are as visual as magic gets. Each is completely impromptu - no crazy gimmicks are required!

A card trick based on the mystery card plot.

The Effect: A card with an odd back is removed from your pocket as the 'prediction'. You have the spectator sign it across the back and it is placed securely into the card box - which is then held by the spectator.

You spread another deck and have a card selected. You ask the spectator if it matches the prediction in the case - but they find it has vanished. You tell them to turn over the card in their hand and it is the original signed prediction. Super simple. Incredibly powerful.

Original Performance:

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Card Levitation Revealed
(7 votes)

Here is a great tutorial on how to make a card float from the palm of your hand. Once you learn the secret, you will be able to perform this illusion. Enjoy!

I Hate David Copperfield Trick Revealed
(14 votes)

This effect is soo visual that it looks like real magic! Easy to learn but shocking to behold!!

The short story behind the name of the trick:

The performer asks, "Would you like to see the I Hate David Copperfield trick? Do you know why I call it that? Because "I Hate David Copperfield". I actually don't hate him. He's a really nice guy and a great magician... it's just that every time people find out I'm a magician they start comparing me to him. "Can you walk through the Great Wall of China?" "Can you make the Statue of Liberty disappear?" "Do you date a super model?" That last one hurts the most. So I decided to do something Copperfield can't do. A close-up illusion that happens right before your eyes."

The performer then visibly and cleanly melts one card through another in a manner that looks like trick photography... but live in person, and he does it 3 times! Superb!

Twenty-five stars if that's possible! This is complete eye candy and very easy to execute!

The Performance:

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