The exciting card vanish and reproduction that is taking the world by storm!
A spectator is handed a cased deck with the promise that the performer will not touch it! The performer also places his wallet on the table, “This is my money trick...” he explains*. Two spectators are asked to assist. Together, they decide upon what appears to be a “freely chosen card.” In this instance, we’ll assume they decide upon the “Seven of Hearts.” The performer now invokes his magic, and the selected card is brought under his spell—from a distance—by these magical passes and incantations.
Reminding the audience that he has not once touched the cards, the spectator holding the cased deck is instructed to remove the cards from the case and to count them “OUT LOUD, one at a time, FACE DOWN.” He does so and counts only 51 cards to the table! In other words, one card is missing! You can hear a penny drop—“my goodness, could it be...?” Before that thought—and the resulting implications are allowed to fully form—the spectator is asked to turn the cards FACE UP. He is now instructed to specifically locate and remove the SELECTED card. Even with those standing nearby assisting him, he cannot locate the card—it has COMPLETELY VANISHED from the deck!
This amazing disappearance is accomplished remotely—and automatically—without you having to touch the cards. Only ONE DECK is used and it is given to the spectator BEFORE the card is selected. Again, reminding the audience that he’d previously declared this his “money trick” the performer gestures towards—but does not actually touch—his wallet. It’s been on the table since before the card was selected. A spectator is invited to rummage around within. Inside she finds ONE SINGLE CARD. This is the SELECTED CARD!
Note: The performer is free to re-produce the selected (and just vanished) card from a variety of amazing places: inside his wallet, inside his shoe, under his hat, or even a spectator’s own pocket! It’s really up to you. Again, it’s FULLY AUTOMATIC.
”I’ve been exploring versions since the mid-1970s and enjoyed your thinking on this.”- Max Maven
”This is going to FRY a lot of people...”- Richard Kaufman
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