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Control what your audience sees with "Forced Focus."
"Forced Focus" is a specially printed and gimmicked deck of cards that uses an innovative method to give the impression of showing a complete deck while secretly forcing your spectators to only see the cards you want them too. You can easily force one or several playing cards in an extremely fair way.
This ingenious principle makes Tossed Out Deck routines and Multiple Card Revelations easier than ever. As the spectator's don't even need to touch the cards, "Forced Focus" allows you to even do these routines in a virtual magic show.
While "Forced Focus" is clearly a perfect fit for Zoom magic shows, it also works well in an in-person close-up magic or street magic environment.
**Available in either Red or Blue. **
"I really like it. If you want to do a mind reading routine online with a deck of cards this is the way to go." Luca Volpe
"The possibilities are endless. I got really excited when I first saw Forced Focus. I can't wait to get my hands on one." Marc Oberon
"Forced Focus is fantastic. What Richard has created is not just a trick, it is a fully fledged utility prop." Katherine Rhodes
Community questions about Forced Focus
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Yonatan asks: How difficult is it to perform? Sleight of hand?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Very easy. It is a specially printed, gaffed deck.
Sean asks: These look like Bicycle playing cards. Is this correct?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: They are not bicycle cards. The faces look like regular cards but the back design is a different back design to bicycle cards.
Customer reviews for Forced Focus
I had a pretty good idea on how this works when I ordered it just by watching the promo video several times, but when I opened it it was so much more than I thought because it adds some details beyond just the simple force. Clearly a product where the inventor did not stop with the "one idea" but tried to incorporate more value into it. I will have lots of fun with this in my next virtual team meeting in the office (this works perfectly with Zoom/Teams/Webex et. al.). The only slight detail is that this is neither Bicycle nor a Phoenix back, so you are down to one routine because this deck can not be switched in that easily.
Actually, I really don't know if this is good or not. I loved the concept from the first time I watched the demo. Richard kindly offers a closer look into the deck at the Magic Cafe. You'll like it even more after you watch his video. peace