AutoReverse 2.0

Trick by Mickael Chatelain and Gi'Mick Magic
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AutoReverse 2.0

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Trick by Mickael Chatelain and Gi'Mick Magic (35.00)

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The trick that fooled David Blaine, Dynamo, Paul Harris and countless others.

When it comes to Mickael Chatelain, there's not much to else we can say. He's truly the king of magic gimmicks and "Autoreverse 2.0" is no different.

Mickael has presented this effect around the world and it never fails to leave an impression. Using just one card and your empty hands, you perform a series of impossible effects one after the other. They're all super visual. And then, at the end, you simply rip the card because there's nothing left to see.

"Autoreverse 2.0" offers the perfect magic recipe. It takes just a few minutes to learn. There's no difficult sleight of hand or weird moves required. It's incredibly clean and invisible. You'll want to perform this everywhere from your close-up magic gigs to your virtual magic shows.

The best part is that you can even get the spectator's involved. Encourage them to follow along. They won't be able to do what you do, no matter how hard they pay attention. This ultimately amplifies the impossibility and the impact drastically.

Go ahead. Grab a playing card and follow along with the trailer to see for yourself.


A previous version of this text had incorrectly listed that the gimmick comes ready to go out of the box. It has come to our attention that there is actually a small bit of DIY required. You get the materials to create BOTH RED and/or BLUE gimmicks.


Customer reviews for AutoReverse 2.0



I have say, AutoReverse 2.0 is a beautiful piece of visual magic. With that said, as always, with any effect that you want to put into your show, it takes work and thinking.

You must take and learn the sequences and moves completely as they are presented, and they are presented well. After that is when you need to be creative.

After of hundreds of mirror and video takes, the light began to shine. I changed a few moves and angels and made the patter changes so that it worked in “My” hands. As those adjustments started to settle, I knew that it was a keeper. Over the years, I’ve used this process and the 10 to 15 effects that I use on a regular basis is my core act. This one is, what I consider a true Gem.

Sure, this may not be for you. I had my doubts at first, but the effect is very magical. It can’t really happen, but it does and the reactions are astounding.

Remember it’s up to you to put in the time and effort if you can see the vision of what the Magic is that you are sharing. With this effect you will hit that point where you will strive to put it on your “A” list or you’ll put in the drawer. I hope you put in the drawer, that’s just a plus for me. As far as I’m concerned, it’s definitely worth the time you’ll put into it. Highly Recommended.



The good folks at Vanishing Inc Magic permitted returning this if unopened, due to a mix-up on the original description (which stated that the gimmicks were pre-made). The description of the product has been corrected to indicate that some assembly is required. The video instructions about how to assemble the gimmick are thorough and easy to follow. Tools required are an X-Acto type blade and possibly a glue stick, as well as a good cutting surface and a ruler for keeping things perfectly aligned.
The trick itself is less impressive than I gathered from the video promotion, primarily because the gimmicked card MUST necessarily start out pre-folded and creased. By that I mean that the card to be used for the illusion must be in a condition that is obvious to any spectator that it's pre-folded. Therefore, having it drawn from a deck won't really work. The routine will start with an obviously prepared card.
Still, the illusion of folding it and having it reverse sides in impossible ways is visually pretty good. Therefore, as long as you're comfortable with the built-in limitations to this trick, you could get a visually impressive outcome for a small audience in a parlor setting.


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  • Michael asks: This looks like a near exact remake of Warp One, just slightly different handlings, yes?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Slightly different handlings but also AutoReverse 2.0 is gimmicked.
  • Ryan asks: Is this examinable before and or after? Please let me know thanks

    • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: You can't I'm afraid
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  • Roger asks: How durable is this gimmick? Can one easily construct it after the gimmick wears out?

    • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: You can use the gimmick for a long time as long as you take care of it (unless you tear it like the trailer video). It's easy to make a new one as well.
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  • Matt asks: Hi What are the angles like? Also, in the performance Michael throws away the four quarters at the end. Could you do that in the real world i.e. is the gimmick out of play by then? Thanks

    • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: The angel is pretty good, I think it's around 150 degrees in the front. I don't think you want to throw away the four quarters as you will need to buy a new set to create your new gimmick.
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  • Don asks: Look's pretty nice...are there any arts and crafts involved? always, Thanks!

    • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: it involves some DIY but not too difficult
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  • Vincent asks: Could a beginner do this..

    • 1. SGKYDUYEN answers: Not a beginner trick but everyone can do it after few days or a week of practice
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  • Joseph asks: Is the handling as suspicious as it seems in the video? I’m dubious of how the real-life effect compares with the filmed version…

    • 1. Jim answers: Given that this is subjective, you'll have to make your own call on this. I feel that the trailer is a fair representation of the effect—if you don't like what you see, then don't invest in it.
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