Magic download (video) by Joshua Jay ($12.00)
A well-known magician has been knocking people over with Joshua Jay's Impossible Three, a miracle that can be performed with a borrowed, shuffled deck, and no sleight-of-hand. The trick is creating a lot of buzz, so it felt like a great time to release this trick to Vanishing Inc members. In fact, the performer barely touches the cards yet he divines a card a spectator cuts to.
If you are familiar with Bob Hummer's classic Mathematical Monte, you will DEFINITELY want to add this to your repertoire. And if you're not familiar with this classic, prepare to be fooled!
As part of our Community Captions project, the explanation video for this download has optional English subtitles.
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Customer reviews for Impossible Three
I love the effect, it is impromptu and amazing.
What a great trick, I'm extremely picky with what goes into & stays in my repertoire but I bought this because a - I was completely fooled in the demo & b - Josh's laid back performance really suits my style. Within fifteen minutes I had added this trick to my repertoire & two months later it's still one of my favourite tricks to perform. Really can't praise this enough, to the team at Vanishing Inc, thank you
I’ve been performing Bob Hummers ‘Mathematical Monty’ for years but in a totally different way using blank business cards combined with a spectators set of free choices. I love how Josh has incorporated this into a full deck of cards effect. And like he mentions in the video, in the spectators mind it’s no longer a ‘1 in 3 choice’ but now it’s a much more impossible ‘1 in 52 choice’. Brilliant thinking!
The audience thinks it's so much harder to do than it really is, which is a good place to be.