Our own Kyle Littleton is an exceptional sleight-of-hand talent. He debuted with 400 Lux, the best Ones to Hundreds change we've ever seen, and now he's back with his signature card effect, "Invisibly Triumphant." This is a THOUGHT-OF-CARD Triumph that is entirely in the hands. At Vanishing Inc. Magic, we watch everything with an eye toward one simple thought: "If you could really do magic, what would it look like?" And for this effect, it would look JUST LIKE THIS.
- No angle issues
- Three key moves taught that can be used in many other routines
- Entirely in the hands
You hand the spectator a deck of cards and ask him to shuffle the cards face up into face down. Then you spread through, asking him to think of any card he sees. He names the card. You wave your hand. All the cards are face down except for the thought-of card.
There have been thought-of card triumphs before, but never has the handling been so soft, so clear, and so natural. Best of all, the handling is actually within the realm of even basic card handlers.
Customer reviews for Invisibly Triumphant
Before this, I'd only seen videos of Kyle online but I gave this a chance anyway. I am VERY impressed. Clean, well though-out and manageable handling for an effect that packs a great punch. I will definitely be using this.
Close and clear balance come my mind a good 21st century effect that you can that with you the classic has a new look that no magician or James bond has seen before ,allowed your self to be a star and stand out from the rest you can with this!
JAIME TREJO C/O
This is a good effect, powerful and direct. I loved the separation of the face down and face up cards. Kyle thought a lot to create this effect and its worth the money (and time) you spend on it.
This is an incredible trick. It is so clean, and it seems completely impossible. Kyle is a very good teacher. The best part is that this is nearly impromptu. Thanks for this epic trick!
Every download I've ever watched at Vanishing Inc are both entertaining and informative.
Excellent trick. Well presented and taught, but does require a special card that would probably not be in a borrowed deck.
This is a very nice take combining an in-the-hands triumph with the finding of a thought of card. The thinking here is really quite creative and the procedure is solid.
It does require some sleight of hand and a very common (and subtle) card gaff (that you probably already have, especially if you buy cards marketed to magicians).
The effect is elegantly structured such that there is natural motivation for each part of the trick. The procedure is well taught, but it would be of benefit to have foreknowledge of basic sleight of hand and the individual moves are taught quickly. That said, this is well within the reach of the advanced beginner/intermediate.
Knowing a number of triumphs, I had to buy this one because it fooled me. I have to practice a bit more before I try it in the real world. Excellent work. Excellent thinking. Recommended.
I have always loved the triumph effect and how magical it can be for a mixed-up pack to magically restore itself leaving one card face up among a face-down pack. Invisibly Triumphant has taken it a step further with a thought of card reversing. Plus, this is a great walkaround effect since there is no table needed. Kyle does a great job of explaining, very clearly, how to execute this effect. Job well done and thank you for the contribution. This will be well used in my arsenal.
This a very cool effect. I look forward to sitting down and going through it properly. The sleights are very interesting and I can see some very nice applications. Overall I enjoyed the effect and the explanation is easy to follow.
Tell you the truth, I hesitated before using my Magic Points on this effect, but I am really glad I did at the end. Kyle's handling is deceptively simple and, to my great relief, it does not require for the performer to cull every single reversed card as he/she runs through the deck to show it all mixed up face down/face up. I obviously cannot divulge the method that is actually used, but I can tell you that it is a much simpler one (unless, unlike me, you're an absolute knuckle buster that calls culling half the deck 'simple'). The addition of having the card thought of rather than selected and lost in the deck not only makes the effect stronger but it also makes it shorter and to the point. In short, it is the perfect in the hands Triumph.
Great trick, but for me, it will require diligent practice to preform. It’s well worth the effort for such a fine effect.
This is a great trick and I can't wait to start using it. Invisibly Triumphant is the ultimate thought of card triumph.
The deck is fully shuffled by the spectator and they shuffle the cards face up into face down. I would say it is a intermediate card trick but with some practice anyone can do it. Great product.
This is a pretty good trick. It looks good, and it's fairly presented. There are a few sleights, and while not difficult, they're not simple either. There's also a simple gimmick, so you're not completely clean, though it's not hard to get rid of it.
Excellent effect. Revealing a card that was only thought of is always powerful and this method is well thought out, easy to do and is a fooler. The method of resetting the deck is not difficult and is very effective. There are many effects that have added kicker endings to the Triumph plot, but I think this is one of the better ones. It is done in the hands, the spectator shuffles the up and down halves together and the kicker is the reveal of a thought of card. What could be better?
Wow! This was my first exposure to a marketed item of Kyle Littleton and this first impression was a great one! The construction of this card contribution of Kyle's checks all the boxes for me!
1. Regular cards (with a caveat that I can't mention, but that is a very small caveat and in my mind doesn't diminish the quality of this amazing effect).
2. The sleight of hand is basic sleight of hand that most intermediate level magicians probably already execute (assuming that they are pretty well versed in card magic), but most important of all, every sleight is motivated as per this effect's construction.
3. Right away and with saying very little everyone that you perform this for will know and see the impossible conditions set forth. The fact that they themselves will mix the cards face up and down, utilizing their own shuffle, in their own hands... I kinda wish I could have seen this in performed on me before learning it. It would have fooled me bad and I'm pretty knowledgeable about card magic.
4. Kyle's teaching style and pace is great! At no point when practicing this with Kyle's instruction and cards in hand did I have to pause and "rewind". That was a nice surprise! This is great and ideal for any magic instructional, as this helps ensure the right grips and finger placement as you study the timing of everything.
5. Finally, (although I could probably make this into a longer tangent) I really appreciate Kyle's effort to crediting his inspirational sources and the references he gives to the students. Let's say that there is at least one sleight involved that you are not profinect in, well assuming you don't access to a good resource at the moment, a take away from this is knowing that Kyle will point you in the right direction! In addition, I personally feel that crediting helps ensure that "the published record" will have fewer "re-inventions" and "overlaps" in the future going forward. It's also nice to be able to acknowledge and pay respects to past and modern creators while learning their content. Big props to Kyle for taking the time to do this!
Nice!! Lots of work was put into this and it is very well thought out! Great referencing as well.
Interesting use of a gimmick you probably have (and is cheap if you don't!). There is a move that will take some practice, but I think is quite achievable. There is also a nice switch that could probably be used in other settings. Good value!
great routine! Well thought out ;-)
The only reason I am giving it a not-good rating is . You spend your hard-earned money and they are not cheap, He does a move where you have to pull down, If you never did this before and he does not teach and you have no idea, Say good buy to 12.00 dollars. When you buy a download you should be told what kind of moves you need to know, Or maybe you do not know the moves, You suppose to gamble with your money and time and if you can not find someone to teach you a move good luck finding them.
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Raphael asks: Does this trick take a gimmicked deck?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Nope! This is done with a normal deck.
Ofir asks: what is the difficulty of this trick?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Intermediate
John asks: Is this good for restaurant table to table magic ?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is a small reset but it's very good for table hopping.