Buzz Kill

Trick by John Bannon
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Buzz Kill

19.99 usd

Trick by John Bannon (19.99)

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A packet trick that packs a STING!

Buzz Kill is a brilliant bit of commercial magic that packs small (just a thin packet of cards) but delivers a mighty wallop. The nine specially printed cards make a compact, self-contained routine that will slip in your pocket or wallet, and will always be ready to perform.

Like all the best packet tricks, this is super engaging (with a fantastic narrative hook), fooling as all hell, easy to perform and FUN!

John Bannon has been performing it since its inception in 1994, and you'll see immediately why it has lasted two plus decades in his repertoire.

The included in-depth tutorials will teach you Bannon's tried and tested handling for this routine, plus a 'Fractal' version (where you end completely clean and examinable) and an 'Oil & Queens' handling that adds a lovely visual display at the start as you show the cards.

Thanks to our friends at BigBlindMedia, this is a killer slab of magic that will drop in your pocket, and is sure to be a smash hit wherever you perform.


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  • David asks: In the instructions does he thoroughly and in depth teach and demonstrate the sleights/handling used in this effect? Thank you.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes - John Bannon is a great teacher!
    • 2. Danny answers: John does assume that you know how to do an Elmsley Count and have the skills to hold two cards as one.
  • Jeffrey asks: IN the video of john performing this routine his cards are nicer with larger flies much nicer, with great color. why are they sending different ones

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