Rule of Three

Trick by Jon Allen
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Rule of Three

49.95 usd

Trick by Jon Allen (49.95)

In stock.

Rule of Three has it all: an extremely deceptive method, a great presentational hook, and a quality prop. You end clean, which is, if you think about it, REALLY impressive. Jon continues to amaze us with his creative output, and this makes for a great opener or middle effect.

After naming the Queen of Hearts and Ace of Spades as the two most popular cards, you ask someone to name a third card. A prediction shows you knew the card they would name! While all the other cards have different numbers on their backs up to 52, the Queen of Hearts and Ace of Spades have #1 and #2 on their back and the named card has #3. As a final kicker, you turn over the deck to show every other card is blank!

Rule of Three delivers a simple, direct yet powerful effect as well as a highly visual impact.

Employs an exciting new method, which means:

  • No equivoque
  • No rough cards
  • No sticky stuff
  • No partial printing
  • No deck switches

Customer reviews for Rule of Three



This is a pretty great trick. It has a straightforward plot that is easy to follow. That is the best thing about it. The only thing that I would change is that it should be pre-printed. I have already messed up the first set because of the fact that you have to hand print the cards yourself. Also, the ink in the markers that I have been using thin out quickly. I am thinking about getting another set and taking it to a print shop.

I bought a second and third set. This time I used a set of rubber stamps, but I still messed up the second set by not being careful. So, I would request again from the makers, pre-print this trick.


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  • Barry asks: Would this be suitable for walk around when you have no table?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Sure! You can do it in the spectator's hands and modify it.
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