"Bicycle Special Numbers Playing Cards" are a custom-made deck of playing cards featuring 35 number cards, 20 gaff cards and access to nearly 2-hour download with 11 amazing routines.
The "Bicycle Numbers Gaff Deck" is made with premium Bicycle Playing Cards in either red or blue. In addition to the included effects, you'll be able to create your own routines and custom mentalism revelations like birthdays, book pages and phone numbers.
Included in the "Bicycle Special Numbers Playing Cards" deck:
- 23 cards with numbers (from 0 to 9)
- 12 cards with 2 or 3 digit numbers
- 7 double face cards
- 4 cards with mathematical symbols
- 4 cards with symbols: Spades, Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds
- 2 cards with currency symbols: euros, dollars
- 1 magic square card
- 1 card with the symbol of Pi (p)
- 1 special card: 99 on 1
A sampling of some of the routines you'll learn:
Coincidence: The cards with the numbers 1 to 9 are shuffled by the spectators. Then the cards are placed on the table by the spectators to form 3 three-digit numbers. These 3 numbers are added up and perfectly match the number predicted by the magician predicted. For example, the result can unlock a phone or a number lock.
99 to 1: You show your spectator the set of cards with numbers on them and then the spectator chooses two cards to form a two-digit number. You then reveal the prediction you have in the case to show that the number formed is indeed on the prediction card. But this card contains all the numbers from 1 to 99. After a magical gesture the card is transformed to show only the spectator's number.
Cheater's Bet: The magician places a card face down on the table and then shows five cards with the number 20 on them. Four cards are placed on the table and the last one on the rest of the deck. The face down card is turned over to show a money symbol (e.g. €) and then the magician puts into play a 20 euro bill which the spectators can win if they find a card with the number 20. Unfortunately, all the cards are turned over and none of them have the number 20.
The Magic Square: You present your spectator with a set of cards containing numbers and the spectator chooses two cards to form a two-digit number. The magician then asks the spectator if he sees his number on the prediction card containing 16 different numbers. The spectator's number does not appear on the card, but if you add up the numbers in each column and row, the result is exactly the spectator's number.
Running time: approx 1hr 45mins | Video instructions in English and French