Magic download (video) by Benjamin Earl
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Magic download (video) by Benjamin Earl ($12.00)

Ben Earl caused a SENSATION last year when we released his Less is More hardbacked book, as well as his deck-switching treatise. People know him for beautiful and intricate sleight-of-hand. Today we present a new side of Benjamin Earl, with this fantatsic self working card location.

Ramjollock An INSANE magician-fooler, this effect requires absolutely no sleight-of-hand at all. ANY pack can be used and this is what happens: a spectator cuts anywhere into a deck and remembers the card he cut to and IMMEDIATELY replaces the packet back so the full deck is square. The cards are cut and shuffled multiple times by the spectator, and then the selection is moved anywhere he likes in the pack. When you take back the deck, you can immediately spread through and remove the chosen card.

Running time: 25 minutes


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Can see why they call it a magician fooler - while red herring can be done for everyone, this is best for those with a little knowledge and shuffling ability, using what might be seen as advantages against the participant. Magic judo. If you like Ben Earl's material...



Famous truck explained by the master himself. As a beginner in magic, this is absolutely worth every penny with no sleight of hand required.








Yes, I like the effect and it is IMPOSSIBLE for laymen and for magicians. The downside is that you need a bit "preparation" before showing that trick. Yes, the deck must be complete and yes, it can be from an spectator. But you need about two minutes preparation time without destroying anything.
You will not find out how its done, so buy the BUNDLE. I like the RED HERRING more, but this is my opinion.

Ramjollock by Benjamin Earl