On The Rise

Trick by Casshan Wallace
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On The Rise

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Trick by Casshan Wallace (59.95)

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A completely hands-off way to make a signed card visually jump to the top of a deck you aren't even holding. This easy-to-do visual stunner made waves on Fool Us and now you can start using it to amaze everyone you meet!

"Cash makes me want to do the Ambitious Card again. So Fooling!" Chris Ramsay

"’On the Rise’ is Fresh to Death!" Eric Jones A hands-off appearance of a signed card. This Fool Us stunner is now available.

“On the Rise” by Casshan Wallace (aka Cash Magick) is an innovative, one-of-a-kind gimmick that enables you to perform one of the most stunning Ambitious Card phases we’ve ever seen. A fully-examinable signed card visually jumps to the top of a deck that isn’t even in your hands. It is an impossible, eye-popping moment that Penn & Teller called “just fabulous.”

There are multiple routines and variations taught. But the main one begins with two strong Ambitious Card phases. A selected card is placed in the middle before impossibly jumping to the top of the deck. This card is then signed to prove you aren’t using duplicates and the amazing moment of magic is repeated.

But here’s where things get crazy…

For the final phase, you offer to do something borderline insane. You place the signed card face-up in the middle of the deck and put it on the table or even the ground. The deck of cards is completely out of your hands. Yet, on your command, you make the signed card visually jumps to the top of the deck in a startling moment that will get huge reactions from every audience.

You can immediately give them this card as a souvenir. It is a unique memento that guarantees they’ll never forget you.

The specially-made “On the Rise” gimmick can be put right into your deck of cards. It’s easy to use and you’ll learn a variety of different applications for it. This includes the main routine and the bonus handling from Fool Us where the signed card appeared under the cellophane.

"Brilliant! Cash never fails to fool me. Modern, visual, and a major improvement to a classic piece! That’s how magic should look!" Hiroshi Magic

“On the Rise” will make you fall in love with the Ambitious Card again. If you’re looking a visual banger that never fails to amaze, then you need to grab “On the Rise” by Casshan Wallace.

Full Performance of "On The Rise" by Cash Magick


Customer reviews for On The Rise



Not for close up. Nice idea but your spec must not be on top of it. Flap card stuff always looks better on camera. I would pass on this if you want for close up.


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  • Edmund asks: Can this be done with any deck? Meaning a gimmick is not back dependent.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The gimmick is back dependent.
  • Stefan asks: How durable the gimmick is, watching treiler i would assume there is ET involved?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The gimmick is durable but will eventually require simple repair.
  • Don asks: Are there routines and handling for various skill levels? Look's great! As always, thanks!

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Multiple different phases are taught so you can be flexible with skill level
  • Edmund asks: If it's back dependent, how difficult would it be to craft you own once you have this one?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You could make your own with your choice of back design. It would take no longer than 15min.
  • Tony asks: Are the first several card reveals using traditional Ambitious Card slights?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes indeed.
  • Michael asks: Can the deck be examined after the rise has occurred?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes, after you ditch the gimmick.
  • Darren asks: In the gimmick the same used in prism deck?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is not
  • Najee asks: Is the selected card freely chosen, or forced? Meaning, can it be repeated with different cards?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Forced.
  • Elijah asks: Is the gimmick quickly available for performance again or will it need reset before a second performance? Thanks!

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is a short reset.
  • Rod asks: Does this use IT?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Not IT but ET.
  • T.J. asks: Can you control exactly when you want the card to appear? Or is this dependent on timing?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There is some timing involved.
  • Christopher asks: The final phase and assumed gimmick seems identical to The Hawk or Hawk 2.0 by Alexander Kolle released by Paul Harris about 13 years ago. Is this a different method?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: While some similar things are happening, some added features clean things up.
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