King Con

Trick by Richard Sanders and Spidey
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King Con

19.95 usd

Trick by Richard Sanders and Spidey (19.95)

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The unique, knockout comedy opener you've been looking for. This amazing 4-card change features a ridiculous and fun presentation paired with some seriously strong magic that leaves a lasting impression.

Four hand-drawn playing cards are used to showcase a ludicrous card cheating technique. The hilarious presentation will have your audience starting to question your sanity. But then, right in front of their eyes, the cards transform into real playing cards. There is no cover and it can even happen in their hands.

The cards never leave their sight and every card changes. "King Con" by Spidey and Richard Sanders perfectly blends comedy with true, hard-hitting magic.

  • Easy to do
  • Bulletproof method
  • Cards never leave their sight
  • Happens right under their noses and even in their hands
  • Amazing and entertaining
  • Resets instantly
  • No bad angles

Each set comes with the "King Con" cards as well as five amazing routines that take advantage of this practical, gimmicked card system. This includes a handling in which everything is examinable and there is NO PALMING and no NO SLEIGHT OF HAND required, as well as a "Visual Voodoo" routine, Spidey's personal comedy approach, and more.

Your new favorite comedy opener has arrived. Get "King Con" today!


Customer reviews for King Con



King Con est un excellent tour. Mais je pense qu'il serait mieux avec du roughing stick ou du roughing fluid plutôt que le ruban adhésif.
j'ai fait un set avec du roughing stick, les cartes restent bien collées et il n'y a aucun espace entre elles, ce qui est visuellement mieux et plus facile à transporter.
je recommande ce tour car il est vraiment super et facile à faire.
Dominique. (France)



King Con is a great effect. The “hand drawn” cards are novel and get a good audience reaction.
The trick is easy to do and the kicker finish will floor the spectators. And the price is right. I will keep this item handy in my close-up case.



Perfect trick easy to do. Would recommend it to anyone



King Con is a fun fairly simple trick to execute. It should inspire laughs and some odd looks from your audience. So, if you are up for some whimsy in your magic, if you want to break up a serious flow with some giggles or continue a humorous set - buy this trick!



Since the effect resembles ACE and NFW a few reviewers have dismissed this in that it's something spectators have already seen!?
I seriously doubt this assumption but let the naysayers assume anything they want...King Con is a brilliant effect that despite using a familiar packet trick handling, the use of the child's hand drawn kings morphing into traditionally printed kings is a knockout.
Both magicians and laymen who I have shared this with respond with both eye-bulging amazement and gut busting laughter!
This is an effect that you will perform...better order two of them!


Community questions about King Con

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  • Roberto asks: Hey guys! Can this be performed standing, in a strolling situation, or do you need to be seated? Thanks!

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You can perform this in strolling!
  • Eric asks: Reminds me of ace by Richard sanders.i can't wait

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Glad you are looking forward to this!
  • Paul asks: Are the hand drawn Kings printed onto the cards, or do you receive blank faces to draw yourself ?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: They're printed on.
  • Daniel asks: Does this use R&S? Only asking as I personally don't get along so well with these types of gimmicks and don't want to waste money on something that's just gonna end up in my junk drawer.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No rough and smooth.
  • Stewart asks: Do you have to hide/remove/switch cards to end clean?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: There are many routines included. And if you want the cards to be totally examinable at the end, you would need to do a switch. This is all explained in the instructions. But really, we don't think you need to bother - the shock is so great at the end of the "classic" routine! But the option is there if you want it.
  • Luca asks: How is this project different from Ace?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: From Richard Saunders: "King Con features 7 different routines ranging from simple to multi effect handlings. All the routines require minimal sleight of hand yet they allow you to perform, what amounts to an impossible 4 card change. The cards can change on the table or in the spectator's hands. There is a straight forward handling as in the trailer (with lots more ideas, tips and uses) There is a visual change routine, where the hand drawn cards VISIBLY change into real kings There is a special handling which leaves you squeaky clean at the end (using no palming or sleight of hand and no extra props to carry). There is a powerful transposition handling, where the hand drawn red and black kings change places with each other multiple times...and just when the spectators think it can't get any more magical...impossibly, every card changes into a real king. There is a Psychological Switch routine, where you visually demonstrate how you switch cards...and then nail them with a total 4 card change. Finally there is a very clever handing where you begin to show that the cards are starting to change to real kings...and then knock them out by showing that all cards are now ACES...and everything is totally examinable! This is a super clever, super devious hangling that you will love! Plus more routines, tips, ideas, psychology and more. This is not Ace, however, there are similarities but as I said before, the gimmick system is different and more practical, the presentations are much more commercial and it's so much fun to all the routines, etc. Ace is a stand alone for its unique powerful main handling and King Con is a stand alone for it's fun to perform, commercial appeal. Both powerful and both different."
  • James asks: Related to Daniel's question about R&S; ok, specifically no R&S, but how about sticky stuff?

    • 1. David answers: Method appears similar to Ace. Let's just say that.
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  • Marek asks: Is it possible / very hard to create version of gimmick with kings drawn by me? I want them to fit my drawing style connect to other trick

    • 1. Michael answers: As another person mentioned, this presentation reminds me of Richard Sanders "Aces". Based on what I'm seeing, once you learn the method, you will be able to figure out a way to do this using your own drawings. You just need to get a couple of items to pull it off.
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  • Les asks: King Con - Is sleight of hand not needed in only one of the routines?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Correct, but the sleight of hand needed in the others is the level of a double lift.
  • James asks: Another questioner asked, does this use R&S and a response was given that it does not use rough and smooth. Related to that and with the same concerns about such handling routines, to be clear, does it rely on a particular similar handling not specifically called R&S, but maybe some "sticky stuff" or other variation to be used?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No rough and smooth but there is some sticky stuff.
  • Justin asks: How do I write a review (which was requested) ? I click on the product and can't find a link.

    • 1. Jim answers: It is an orangish button, on the right side, near the reviews section.
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  • David asks: Hi, apart from drawn kings and ink blob drawings, is there a difference between King Con and Rorshock? Thanks

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The routine is very similar with some slight changes
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