Trick by Juan Pablo Ibañez
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Trick by Juan Pablo Ibañez (29.95)

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HDP Box - magic

3 powerful magic tricks packed into 1 unbelievable, easy to use gimmick!

A spectator's freely selected card is signed and lost in the deck. You then shuffle the deck of cards. Suddenly, the playing cards visually transform into a box. When that box is opened, it can be clearly seen that all the cards are in the box. However, with a quick magical gesture, the entire deck of cards disappears except one card...their signed selection!

HDP Box is fun and easy to perform. It's super visual and resets instantly for any strolling magicians. You'll also learn a great close-up, table-hopping alternative handling.


Customer reviews for HDP Box



If I had known this trick had to be put together and I had to furnish the red card box I wouldn’t have purchased it. It’s not worth the price you pay for it. Although it is a clever trick.


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  • Michael asks: Does the deck case come in Bicycle blue? or Just red?

    • 1. Thomas answers: At this time, the gimmick comes in Red only
    • 2. Quenton answers: You have to furnish the red card box. This trick doesn’t come ready to use, you have to make it. Neat trick tho.
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  • Paul asks: Is the box examinable? I'm sure you have to steal away that "little something" at the top, but if you do that, is it examinable?

    • 1. Thomas answers: It can't be examined I'm afraid
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  • Chris asks: can you use the deck like a normal deck of cards, meaning you could do a couple of tricks before you perform this effect?

    • 1. Brian answers: In theory, if the trick uses less than twenty cards, you could.
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