Ultimate Ambition Improved

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Ultimate Ambition Improved

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Trick by Daryl Easton (39.95)

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The Ultimate Ambition Improved is just perfect for the finish to The Ambitious Card. After performing your favorite Ambitious Card routine, you offer to take things a step further by performing it once again under the most IMPOSSIBLE TEST CONDITIONS! The deck is wrapped and tied with a piece of rope whilst several spectators sign the chosen card on BOTH SIDES. The signed selection is FAIRLY placed in the MIDDLE of the deck BY THE SPECTATOR!! Without ANY moves whatsoever, the selection magically rises to the top! The best part is, this very special gimmick does it all. That's right, the gimmick does 100% of the work...

These special Ultimate Ambition Improved (UAI) gimmicks have been expertly made with the United States Playing Card Company, Bicycle Rider back cards.

Comes complete with UAI gimmick, rope and DARYL'S detailed instructions including: His personal, updated routine, insight and handling to this classic effect (Online).

BONUS! As a bonus, you will receive Gregory Wilson's personal walk-around routine using the ingenious UAI gimmick. Gregory covers all the details on how to build this effect to its maximum impact!

DARYL used this amazing effect to win the GOLD MEDAL for Card Magic at F.I.S.M.


Customer reviews for Ultimate Ambition Improved



Get it. It's one of the best ways to end the ambit routine. I saw Daryl do this at PCAM 1984/5 and it blew EVERYONE away. I love what Greg has done to eliminate the rope, but honestly, the rope is better. Use the rope from your Prof Nightmare. It's clean and more visual. Daryl was always 'hands off' when showing the roped deck. And the ingenious method of switching the deck makes it even better than his original version. I bought three of these from Daryl. Get it and you'll use it.


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  • John asks: Not knowing the gimmick... is there a way to adapt the gaff to a Phoenix Deck design? This way I can be consistent with my preferred deck.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: If you use the older handling, no issues at all. Daryl's newer handling would require changing the top card of the gimmick.
  • Sebastien asks: What's the main difference between this improved version and the original one?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The gimmick is better made and you also get extra routines from Greg Wilson.
  • Stanley asks: Is there a version of this made in red?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: When you add to cart, you can choose red or blue.
  • Jesús asks: Can the spector inspect the deck?

    • 1. David Matkin answers: This is the finale to an ambitious card routine. During the routine you could have the deck shuffled and they can see the whole deck. The "heat" should be off the deck come the end of the routine. But if you wanted to hand out the deck wrapped in rope for inspection....well don't do that.o think that answers your question. But come the end of a routine where multiple audience members handle the card and deck there really should not be any need to. If you absolutely felt you had to hand it out at end of the routine you would need to do a d#ck sw#@£h.
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  • Matthew asks: Does the deck gimmick have any potential uses outside of an ambitious card routine?

    • 1. Jim answers: Unlikely, unless you are very creative, and put some brainstorming time in.
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