A remarkably creative and powerful thought-of card to sharpie routine unlike anything we've ever seen!
"It's the trick of the year for me!" Ekaterina
"Absolutely genius - a true piece of magic!" Piff the Magic Dragon
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Teaming up with Abstract Effects and The Other Brothers, Patrick Kun is thrilled to introduce "Summit".
Using a practical method that can be carried in your pocket, you'll be able to conduct a thought-of card to Sharpie effect without any complicated switches of the cards or sharpie. Once a card is in play, it stays in play.
Here's How The Effect Works:.
Your spectator thinks of a card and you hand them a Sharpie to write it down. Yet, the Sharpie won't write. Confused, you take back the Sharpie and open it up to reveal that there's actually a rolled up playing card inside. The Sharpie and card REMAIN IN VIEW THE ENTIRE TIME. They then name their card and you turn over the playing card from the sharpie to show it matches.
Built to look like a real Sharpie, the "Summit" gimmick was designed to be carried with you everywhere. It resets easily, making it ideal for close-up magicians and street magicians. It's easy to do and comes ready to go out of the box. There's even a method for performing "Summit" in your virtual magic shows!
IMPORTANT CLARIFICATION: While there is a method taught that uses equivoque and one that DOES NOT use equivoque, both methods are designed to make the spectator believe they have made a free selection of 52 cards. However, their selection is secretly limited to a bank of 12 cards.