Trick by Dean Dill
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Blizzard - magic
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Dean Dill's Blizzard has fooled most of the top minds in magic. The effect sounds too incredible to be true: A spectator freely names any card, and a deck which has been in full view is spread to reveal that every card is blank...except for the spectator's named card!

"I watched Dean fool just about everybody with Blizzard." Bob Kohler

"Dean Dill gave me my monthly haircut for many years (he did the best he could with what he had to work with). There was never an appointment that didn’t include me getting fried by some devious Dean deceit. Nearly as entertaining was hanging out after and watching the reaction of the next target. Blizzard was particularly great in that regard. Watching Dean boldly do the “secret move” right in front of the unsuspecting sucker was a real treat. If I didn’t know that Dean was a good Christian man, I’d believe he was in league with the Devil." Mac King

"Dean Dill's 'Blizzard' caused a storm on its release decades ago. The method flew by everyone! I loved demoing this effect when I worked at Showplace Magic and am so happy it'll be available again." Paul Vigil

"Dean was a monster when it came to fooling people - especially magicians - very badly and Blizzard was one of his most diabolical creations." R. Paul Wilson

"I will never forget the little smile Dean had after showing me Blizzard. He was smiling as he knew how badly he had fooled me. It's great to see this amazing trick come back to the magic community. Buy it, learn it, perform it." - Kozmo

"One day I was sitting in Dean Dill’s barber shop when he performed Blizzard for one of his customers. After he finished, I was surprised at the trick but, after some thought, I thought I figured it out. Dean “accidentally” left the deck on the table and the spectator went for the deck. I quickly grabbed it and took it away. I was floored as there was nothing to see. Not only had Dean fooled his spectator but he had fooled me badly. Dean just gave his typical little laugh. Wow. Blizzard left an impression on me for many years. If you learn this, it can do the same for your audience." - Jesse Dee

"Blizzard fooled me years ago when a magician performed it for me. I was completely fooled and amazed. It is routine that will elevate your show. I say: GET IT!" Bill Malone

The tutorial (nearly 90 minutes in length) also features the complete work on "Colossal Blizzard" by Tony Miller, an advanced handling of "Colossal Blizzard" created by Luke Jermay, and "Colossal Blizzard 2.0" by Magick Balay.

This is the last word in blank face deck effects. The audience names the card, and with no forces, no sleight of hand, and no magician's choice, no rough and smooth, or double sided cards. Their card is inevitably the only printed card in a sea of white. Put your audience on ice with Blizzard by Dean Dill.


Customer reviews for Blizzard



It is hard to put into words just how great an effect this is. It is absolutely astonishing, especially for a trick that is so easy to perform. This is card magic at its finest. there is no risk here it will become a staple in your act.



I greatly appreciate Dean Dill’s talent and this excellent effect. Unfortunately, execution of the product could have been much better. For those familiar with the gimmick, another product does the work much better. The other product is slightly larger, a different material and another aspect of the design allows better handling of the cards (I don’t want to give away secret).
As others mentioned, the material used makes it VERY noisy when you execute the move with this gimmick.
The video tutorial is fascinating. In both performances, you can hear the spectator ask to see the gimmick. Totally and accurately burned.
I will use another product to achieve this great affect. Unfortunately, I’ll never use this gimmick.



I have to admit, I've not performed this yet, although I've had it for a while. There's that one move that would make anyone but a very experienced magician (which I'm not) think, "Nah, no way can I do that without being noticed". If I might make one suggestion that IMO would make amateurs like me more likely to pull it off: perhaps a tiny ridge of cushioning on the edge of the gimmick? As it is now, you would NEVER be able to pull it off in a quiet setting, as what you're doing would make a noise (can't say more of course).


Community questions about Blizzard

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  • William asks: How much (if any) sleight of hand is required? What's the necessary skill level to perform this?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Beginner to intermediate.
  • Nishanth asks: Is it repeatable

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes
  • Jack asks: Is there a blank deck supplied?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You get everything you need!
  • James asks: How difficult is it?

    • 1. Jim answers: Easy to medium, depending on your experience.
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  • Kevin asks: I purchased Blizzard when it first came out (with deck and gimmick) but it only came Dean’s printed instructions. Can you consider adding a an option to just purchase the online tutorial?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There's no plans for that at the moment.
  • Stefan asks: When will be back in stock?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Sadly there is no ETA just yet. If you hit add to cart, you'll be emailed the moment they arrive.
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