The Trick That Cannot Be Explained

25.00 usd

Trick by Roberto Giobbi ($19.00 - normally $25.00)

In stock. Order in the next 3 hours, 1 minute and it will go out today!
The Trick That Cannot Be Explained - magic

The performer shows an envelope he says contains a prediction. This envelope is left on the table the ENTIRE time. The spectator shuffles and cuts his own deck and with obvious freedom selects a card. Upon looking in the envelope, you show a picture of a '52 on 1' card and point to their card. Then you turn the single '52 on 1' card over and it is exactly the same - a perfect prediction!

"This is my handling of Dai Vernon's famous piece, "The Trick That Cannot be Explained", published in Lewis Ganson's Dai Vernon's More Inner Secrets of Card Magic. It is by no means meant as an improvement on an already sensational piece - you can't improve on a genius - but simply as an additional idea that you might occasionally want to use, and maybe even fool those in the know, let alone those who are not." Roberto Giobbi
  • Any Deck can be used
  • No sleight of hand
  • No palming
  • Instant reset
  • Perfect trick to hand out your business card

Includes the gimmicks, card envelope and full-color instructions.

 

Community questions about The Trick That Cannot Be Explained

Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.

  • Daniel asks: Can this be done remotely, such as via Zoom? (I'm scheduled to do a kids magic show for a fast-approaching science fiction convention, and am looking for audience-participation tricks that can still be done. I have 52-in-1 cards in regular and Jumbo, and at least one Jumbo deck I can cannibalize -- is there something more that, gimmick wise, involved? (I'm happy to spend the $20 (+ shipping) if so.) Thanks!

    • 1. Bruce answers: You should be able to perform it remotely. The instructions are not online, so you will have to have to shipped to you.
    Post an answer to this question
Ask a question
 

Review The Trick That Cannot Be Explained

The Trick That Cannot Be Explained by Roberto Giobbi