A devilishly fair routine in which you seemingly transfer your magic abilities to the spectator.
The first time Henry Evans and Card Shark teamed up, they presented the "Daredevil Deck." This diabolical trick deck completely reimagined what was possible with marked playing cards. It received accolades from professional magicians around the world.
Now the duo is back to bring you a brand-new take on this amazing idea. Created by Henry's friend, a talented magician from Spain named Arsenio Puro, "Beat the Devil" adds some clever new concepts to the best ideas from the "Daredevil Deck" to create a powerful new experience.
You can openly shuffle the playing cards, or even let the spectator shuffle and handle them. At this point, it's very clear that it would be impossible to know where any certain card is. You can prove this by separating random cards from the deck and allowing them to guess the value. They will ultimately fail.
That is, of course, until you transfer a bit of your magical abilities. After empowering them, they will now be able to impossibly find any cards you name in the fairest way possible.
The video instructions offer several presentational ideas. But, "Beat the Devil" by Arsenio Puro also allows freedom for creating your own style of routine.
"Beat the Devil" is made with red Phoenix playing cards. Standard and large index faces are available.
Video instructions are in English and Spanish.