Cam Con Transpo
Magic download (video) by Paul Wilson ($4.20 - normally $8.40)
Paul Wilson explains two methods to achieve a classic plot in card magic originally created by Bill Goodwin and later popularized by Ernest Earick. The magician places the Aces face down in four different parts of the deck. In waving the four Kings over the deck they magically transpose --- the Aces are now on top and the Kings in four different parts.
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Customer reviews for Cam Con Transpo
Paul Wilson is a great teacher. With an easy to follow explanation this trick can be easily added to any routine of card magic you are working on. Also did I mention there are TWO versions of the trick taught in this video! Not only do you get this one amazing trick you get it taught TWO different ways! Great Teacher! Great Trick! Great Price!
I have always loved Paul Wilson, and this has got to be my favorite trick he's released, as well as one of my favorite tricks to perform. The methods are great, and the effect is stunning. This is definitely a staple in my magic routine, as well as one of my favorite effects.
Get this now! I always get a great reaction with this. It is my first trick I choose to perform if someone wants to see a trick. Great price, great trick, you can't go wrong. Buy it!
I originally found this plot in Ernest Earick's "By Forces Unseen", which I highly recommend, and I loved the effect as well as the method and sleights. The version presented here by Mr. Wilson is even more exciting, as it is an easier and more streamlined handling. Absolutely worth your money. The effect is clean, visual, and impressive! Another winner from Mr. Wilson.
This trick is very visual and seemingly impossible to the spectator They actually SEE the 4 aces being placed into the deck in separate locations. When they magically and visually and suddenly appear the reaction is very rewarding. The cover pass is the only sleight that will require some practice but if you can do a classic pass you can easily master the cover pass.