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This is a very clever gimmicked deck of cards.
You remove a boxed deck of cards. Ask your spectator to name any card. (And it really can be any card, there’s no force, psychological or otherwise). Let’s assume they name the five of hearts. You unbox the deck, and fan through, explaining you reversed the four aces in the deck previously because you were sure they were going to pick an ace. You act disappointed. Then, bam, you turn over the four aces, to show each card has a word written on the back. The. Five. Of. Hearts. One word on each ace.
- Any card can be named
- The clever trick deck does the work for you
- Very quick reset - ideal for strolling
- No bad angles - can be done surrounded
- Works with any language
What you get:
- Very sneaky gimmicked deck
- Detailed online video tutorial from Richard Sanders
- Three great presentations
- Bonus handlings and tips
Sure, it’s not cheap, but Richard has been working on this for over ten years. Every wrinkle has been ironed out. It is a real worker.
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Jeffrey Morris asks: I am assuming that the rest of the deck cannot be examined - correct?
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- 1. Ehrin answers: Correct
- 2. Ehrin answers: Correct
- 3. Treven answers: Correct, but a nice ribbon spread works perfect afterwards
Les asks: Will the surprise 4 word ending (spectator's selected card) always appear on the back of aces?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes, it will.
Rick asks: Do we have to do all the arts & crafts of writing on the backs of all the cards, or does the deck come ready to go out of the box?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You will have to do the writing. For most, this should be less than ten minutes worth of writing.
steven asks: What happens if they pick an ACE when you hand them the deck?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Then the backs will say the name of that Ace.
William asks: Is the deck a "RED" backed deck?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is.
- 2. Jeff answers: You show the spectators a BLUE backed deck, and remove the four face up Aces. When the aces are turned around, THEY have RED backs with the name of the card on them. Hope this helps. Best Card trick EVER!
- 3. Paul answers: Mine is Blue.
- 4. Paul answers: Mine is Blue.
Mr J K asks: The video implies that they tell you the card AFTER you have pushed out the four aces. Is that correct?
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- 1. Tony answers: I think the spectator must tell you the card before you push out the last ace
- 2. Treven answers: You do it while they tell you
Nathan asks: Can the deck be spread face up at the beginning to show it looks like a regular deck or is it always face down
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- 1. Bob answers: why can,t you answer this question ?
- 2. Nathan answers: Explain?
- 3. Don answers: No, you cannot show the deck on both sides....for the same reasons that you can't turn an "Invisible Deck" or a "Brainwave" deck over....
Benjamin asks: Is it possible to do in German?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: As long as the name could be written on the backs of four cards, any language could be used.
Eric asks: I have very dry hands and certain types of cards do not work well for me. Is there recourse If I cannot do this reliably. Can dry hands be a problem? I like this trick very much. but ... recommended for me?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: If you can handle a deck like Brainwave or the Invisible deck, the Any Card will work well for you.
- 2. George answers: It's similar to an Invisible Deck with a slightly different technique that I love. There is zero "hesitation" when revealing a face-up card, If that makes sense.
- 3. Russell answers: Try O'Keefe's Working Hands Hand Cream - just a little bit spread well over palms will dramatically improve your card handling - adds just a touch of tackiness.
Darlene asks: Does this trick incorporate rough and smooth or anything like it.
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes.
- 2. George answers: Yes, but better.
Peter asks: Would it be possible to adapt the routine to a Parlour Deck and present it face out towards the audience at chest height?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yup!
Justin asks: Will I need to memorize a system or calculate a formula? Or is it as "Cardtoon"
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You will not have to memorize or do any calculations.
- 2. Treven answers: As long as you can count to 6 your good
Steven asks: Is the deck available in red?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: I believe it only comes in red.
Hunter asks: Does this deck come with any *extras* of the important cards (in case you mess up while writing, want to give the aces away, etc.)? Or does it only have just enough for the trick?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It only comes with enough for the trick. You can easily replenish the deck though, with cards from a standard deck.
Evyatar asks: Can I force a card or however it works in other languages?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It sure can. You can write on the cards yourself
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Customer reviews for Any Card
i love this trick. i was a little worried in the begining because i have bad handwriting , but take the time do it along with the video and u will have a power house in ur hands . i think better than the invisible deck and im glad u have to put a little work into it. it adds more value.
If you love the I.D., then you will love this 50 times as much. In my opinion it is one of the strongest prediction effects a magician can hope for, with an initial 'the magician failed' narrative built in, it creates a really amazing plot twist for the spectator which will definitely leave them in awe.
This is my go to closer! It is brilliant! Takes a little preparation but it is minimal. Took a little practice as far as just the handling of the cards but I do the trick with ease now. I've yet to have anybody ask to examine the deck at the end because they're too busy picking their jaw up off the floor. I wish I had 50 more tricks like it as no one has a clue how it's done. A real winner!
I perform “Any Card” just about every time. I have been in magic over 50 years and it is in my top 10 favorites. There is some preparation ahead of time that is easy, and with a small amount of practice you will be ready to perform. Great audience reaction.
It’s a great trick for beginners to perform. Handling and reset is quick and easy. The video is high quality. What’s really nice is that you customize each card. My recommendation would be to practice on some dummy cards before you mark up your real deck!
Just great! Old principles with at least two added touches that enhance both the ease of performance and longevity of the deck. VERY clever! Great for walk-around, as no table is needed. Easy, if not instant, reset.
This is one of the sweetest revelation decks that you will find! This ranks right up there with the "Invisible Deck" as well as any "Brainwave" routine. It's an extremely strong effect. Richard Sanders has really un-corked a wild one here! It does involve extensive prep but it's worth every minute. It's very do-able for any level of magi with the proper practice and rehearsal. Do not let this one get by you...a dynamite deck of cards!!
This is a 5-star effect. The instruction is top-notch. The implementation is smart. The performance is achievable without superior dexterity. I deduct one star only because the setup time is egregious, and the "arts and crafts" of that setup could have been done as part of the package sold.
I do recommend this fun illusion for purchase, nevertheless.
I love this. My only complaint is, for $40 the cards should have been marked out of the box. Not because of the effort (that's minimal) but for the appearance. I have pretty sloppy printing. All in all, I think it's worth the $40 and a really fantastic trick. Very happy with this purchase.
Great effect. I found parts of the instructional video a bit challenging to follow. Otherwise I'd recommend the effect.