This Week In Magic | 11th June 2020
By Damian Jennings - Thursday, June 11, 2020
A Smart New Gimmick
"Fragment" is a clever and practical approach to the visual appearing deck effect, including additional applications such as smooth transpositions and deck vanishes.
The main effect is an extremely visual and fair transposition of a full deck of cards with your spectator's signed selection that will leave your audience stunned. The gimmick is one of those surprisingly simple "why didn't I think of that!" ideas, but the ideas included help bring it to life.
It's great for live performances and is absolute gold for your social media.
You need to see the trailer to appreciate just how good this looks.
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Trick of the Week: "Matrix Art"
What's that? You've seen a gimmicked card with moving holes before? Sure, we all have, but you've not seen one like this. Gimmick Maestro Mickael Chatelain has knocked it out of the park with this hole matrix. You really need to see the trailer.
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Book of the Week: Trifecta
Trifecta features a variety of original close-up and stage magic tricks, including full presentations, plucked directly from Dick Steiner's performing set, as well as a variety of essays and tips. More than 30 years of professional mentalism, magic and marketing is jam-packed into this incredible book.
Deck of the Week: Chrome Kings Playing Cards
The latest release in the De'vo's Chrome Kings Playing Card Project has arrived. This new Master Series "Carbon" version of Chrome Kings features a carbon fiber like pattern printed on the back design and a carbon fiber like print on the standard box.
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