Any Cards at any Numbers
Magic download (video) by Jared Kopf ($9.60)
A stunning feat of the mind, Jared Kopf's Any Cards at any Numbers will leave your audience stunned and take your reputation to a whole new level. Imagine, a spectator and yourself choose two separate cards. Then, as if by a miracle, you know the position of their selection, and they know the exact position of yours.
An intricately woven architecture makes Kopf's effect absolutely baffling--to both laymen and conjurors alike. If you're looking for a new closing effect, or just a hard-hitting stand alone piece, you have to pick up Any Cards at any Numbers. You won't regret it.
And for those of you familiar with Karl Fulves' work, Jared has streamlined and improved a diabolical method you may already know which uses a common magic prop that you probably own.
As part of our Community Captions project, the explanation video for this download has optional English subtitles.
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Gerry asks: Does this use a stack or memorized deck? Thank you.
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Nope
Philip asks: I want to know what else I will need to purchase before I buy this effect.
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It does utilize a special deck that many magicians have in their drawers.
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Customer reviews for Any Cards at any Numbers
This was pretty amazing. I can't wait to see the logic or background on how this was accomplished.
Not your typical ACAAN however this is very strong. Really enjoyed the performance and the thought that Jared put into achieving this. You will need a special something but I'm sure every magician has one. I'm very pleased with Any Cards at any Numbers.
I love finding new reasons to dust off the old "trick" decks, and this may be one of the better ones. Deck switch will be required if this isn't a closer, but your spectators will be too busy peeling their jaws off the floor that you will have plenty of time to pull out a clean deck. Jared is like a mad scientist and the explanation is very detailed, very thorough.
i think this card magic trick is one trick that can be around for century's i have seen that kind of trick deck before however when i was watching the performance i could not tell i think that's a really good thing and i love the way the the explanation for this trick was shown thank you so much for this
Any Cards at any Numbers is a ACAAN routine on steriods. It's wonderful constructed and the method behind it is very clever. Not only seems the trick even more impossible to the spectators, it can be done without heavy sleight of hand. The only downside of this effect is that the deck cannot be examined.
Jared Kopf's Any Cards at Any Number presentation is great. We see how the effect plays out in a clear and concise way, and also get to hear a bit of his own patter around this effect which I think fits the trick quite well. At the same time it's a presentation you could take in many directions to personalize it.
This is an excellent trick! Mr. Kopf explains it well and just listening to his voice has calming effect as he explains it. Just have him teach all the tutorials no matter who created the effect as a relaxation and meditation session as you learn magic. This is more of a mental magic effect demonstrating clairvoyance or incredible coincidence. I llike it better than a standard ACAAN.
The trick itself is very good and in general the quality of the explanation in the video is also good. The only negative about it is, that I am a beginner and found this trick to difficicult to learn/perform. Not only you need a gaffed deck, but also you need to know a stack. If you are more advanced I think its no problem, but for a beginner there is just to much going on.
Nice effect, but without gaffed deck it is not usable. So, not for sleight of hand demonstrations, etc. It is not examinable. Do not like. Pitty there is not any sign of "you will have to use gaffed deck" or something like this in description...