Poor Man's Casino

Trick by Mathieu Bich
$34.00 Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.
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Poor Man's Casino

34.00 usd

Trick by Mathieu Bich ($34.00)

Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.
Poor Man's Casino - magic

At its core, this is an exceptionally intriguing (and very easy) force of a card. The force is structured around a basic effect, but we urge you to watch the trailer just to see the force. It fooled us!

The effect is that you present a few pieces of paper that are blank on both sides and cut to the size of "bank notes". You explain that you are going to play one of these "bills", and you place it on the table. Then you shuffle a deck of cards and place it in a case that has a slot on the back of it. Using it like a dealer shoe, you deal the cards one by one, until the spectator says "stop". The name of the card then appears on the bill left on the table.

  • Very easy to perform
  • The spectator can say "stop" at any time
  • The cards can be seen flicking by through the slot in the case as you deal the cards
  • You can use your usual case to perform the trick

Includes: all the equipment necessary to perform the trick, including an instruction booklet, a VERY special card to slip into your own deck, 2 pre-cut card cases (one white and one black) and 5 white pieces of paper in a bank note format.

 

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Pasquale

You can't say it's a nice trick, and for the gimmick that comes with it seems to me a very excessive price. It works, but it's not impactful with the audience, I think you have to build a good story to tell to make it better. It comes with only one choice, but in the video it explains you and gives you the chance to build more. It's not my favorite. As a summary I can say that if I knew the type of gimmick used, I wouldn't have bought it.