Jon Armstrong's Cut Cards
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Jon Armstrong's "Cut Cards" include eight, two sided colored cards (two red, two blue and four black) that are made of regular card stock and have broad white borders. So, unlike other casino cut cards, they are lost when squared into the deck. And yet are instantly visible when spreading.
Cut Cards are perfect for any "sandwich" trick. You get great color contrasts that allow spectators to instantly see their chosen card between these brightly colored props. Any "sandwich" effect becomes more conversational and easier to follow with Cut Cards.
Cut Cards also provide you with stunningly visual presentations for gambling tricks, casino tricks, and haunted card tricks.
On the included DVD, Jon teaches some of his favorite routines using Cut Cards and shares moves you can apply to any sandwich routine. But, the Cut Cards themselves provide many new opportunities for your card magic.
The DVD includes:
- Balls to the Wall Collectors
- The Drop
- BONUS: The Gin Pick
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Customer reviews for Jon Armstrong's Cut Cards
From the May 2016 Genii magazine. Reviewed by Dustin Stinett
“THOSE AREN’T REAL CUT CARDS.” That comment is the only downside of this project from Kozmo Magic and Jon Armstrong. And that will come only from some self-styled poker pro whose vast experience comes from watching the weekly “world series of poker” shows on television. So arm yourself with a comeback—“these were the result of the economic downturn”—and you are good to go.
These aren’t real cut cards. They’re better. These are made from actual card stock and—most importantly—have white borders. Otherwise, they are solid colors printed on both sides. Barring ersatz poker pros who know that cut cards are plastic, these will be easy to sell as the real deal to the laity.