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Trick by Liam Montier (24.95)

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Visualise Visualise

A completely self-working Triumph routine. The deck magically sorts itself, leaving only one face-up card...their thought-of card!

"Visualise" is a stunningly clever routine from Liam Montier. Inspired by Tommy Wonder, Liam set out to create what he believes to be the perfect version of "Triumph". By combining a classic principle with a devious handling, he's created a killer routine that's almost unfairly easy do. It's a direct a and powerful moveless stunner that you'll love performing.

A deck is genuinely shuffled face-up into face-down, and your helper then thinks of a card in the deck. You reveal their selection with no questions. As an extra kicker, the deck is also shown to be fully straightened out except for the named card.

  • Super easy to do
  • No forces
  • No sleight of hand
  • No mis-indexed cards
  • The cleanest Triumph you'll ever see

If you can shuffle a deck, you can perform "Visualise". Since your volunteer has a free choice when they decide on their card, and can also change their mind too, you can perform it from group to group without any fear of someone seeing a repeat performance. If they do, they'll see a different card!

You'll receive the specially-made Bicycle deck, as well a full streaming instructions teaching you the main routine and an awesome bonus routine based on a classic Roy Walton gem. Both routines have been streamlined by the "Visualise" deck so they can thrive in any environment.

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  • David asks: Is this deck able to be inspected by the spec after the effect?

    • 1. Michelle answers: If real magic existed, then yes, the deck absolutely could be examined
    • 2. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No. It's a very gaffed deck. But well worth that sacrifice for the strength of the effect I think!
    • 1. Michelle answers: If real magic existed, then yes, the deck absolutely could be examined
  • Colin asks: Is the deck similar to a C to C deck?

    • 1. Rick answers: That's the first thing I thought, as well. The only thing added is the 8K thing, so I guess you're paying for that. The mind-reading bit is a nice touch, but I'm not big on tricks that involve the magician turning away.
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  • Ken asks: Can the selected card be different in multiple performances?

    • 1. Rick answers: If it's what I think it is - yes. In the demo, the spectator does have a free selection of any of the face up cards.
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  • Peter asks: The ad’ copy says, “the deck is also shown to be fully straightened out except for the named card.” From which I understand that all the deck is at a jaunty angle, (!) but for named card, which - presumably - is at a straight angle, but straight in comparison to what?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Straightened up means the face up/face down cards are all righted. So the cards are mixed face up and face down, and then they are all the right way round aside from the thought of card. Nothing to do with angles, jaunty or otherwise. :)
  • Peter asks: Prior to spreading the deck, can the magician correctly name the spectator’s chosen card on every performance?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Absolutely.
  • Steven asks: Is it super easy…novice level to perform?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: This is easy to perform but would require some practice
  • yitzchak asks: How does this compare to the Krenzel Invisible Triumph?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: This is a different method
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