Trick by Himitsu Magic
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Trick by Himitsu Magic ($14.95)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Tuesday morning
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Since the first prototype was released in 2018, Impossible has fooled countless magicians and laymen around the world. This unbelievable color-matching routine has become a true sensation that you can now add to your own close-up magic set. It is incredibly visual and conquers all language barriers. This is an absolutely killer magic trick.

Hank Wu and Himitsu Magic have spent years carefully refining Impossible to ensure its suited for any situation. This is a TRUE worker.


  • Packs small (can fit into your pocket)
  • Is easily understood by all types of audiences
  • Offers tons of audience interaction
  • Can be immediately repeated

Community questions about Impossible

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  • Carlos asks: Does it always work?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It does!
  • David asks: Are both sets of cards examinable?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yup!
  • Jeffrey asks: Since (To Me) it looks so similar (nearly identical) to "Perfect ESP" by Peter Nardi with the difference being 5 colored cards compared to 5 ESP symbols, How similar are the methods?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The method is different, as is the presentation and the effect.
  • Evan asks: What are the cards made of?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: A high quality card stock.
  • Carlos asks: Was the demo just a performance of the best case scenario?

    • 1. Tony answers: That's correct! I think it's the best case
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  • Tony asks: I am confused. Above you said it always works. Then in answer to another question, you say the video was the best case scenario. Can you elaborate without giving away the secret? Thanks!

    • 1. Dottore answers: Even if something always works, it does not necessarily use the exact same scenario each and every time. They are not mutually exclusive.
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Customer reviews for Impossible



Absolutely ingenious and worth every penny. Strong reactions and ready to go pretty much out of the box. The tutorial isn't studio quality but it does the job. Insanely fast shipping as always, even with everything going on - just the best!



This is a really good mental effect! I use this in my repertoire all the time. No one has figured it out! The cards aren't made that well. They don't move as smoothly as I would like, but it' 2s fine. Other then that, everything is great!



Most reviews I have seen complain about the quality of the cards and that it uses low-quality card stock. The cards are not Bicycle stock or USPCC quality. It’s thin card stock with some sort of matte coating. They spread and shuffle just fine. I have found that they are not as terrible as made out to be. Regardless of the quality of the cards, they are going to be handled by your audience and they WILL get bent and soiled. The price point makes it affordable to replace.

The instructional video you get is not great. It’s a basic, single-shot tutorial. Hank tried his best and made the tutorial in English but English is not Hank’s first language. Therefore, the tutorial may be hard to follow for some.

In My opinion, this is a very nice effect that will be part of my everyday carry.



This is a Game to keep in your wallet at all all time.
Ready to be exhibited. If presented well it also becomes a lot of fun and I can assure you that every time I do it pleases everyone.
Thank you



Many know this effect and love it. But without purchasing it many won't know that youre really gonna have to take care of these cards. They're definitely not made with typical Bicycle card stock.

Impossible by Himitsu Magic