Wild Card Miracles

Book by Frank Garcia
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Wild Card Miracles

19.95 usd

Book by Frank Garcia (19.95)

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Whether you're a Wild Card aficionado or not, whether you've ever learned a Wild Card routine or not, this book is a must for any card magic fan and represents the first and most exceptional definitive study ever written on the Wild Card plot. We're thrilled to be able to bring you this book from Frank Garcia and know you won't be disappointed.

The Wild Card plot is a classic in magic, and one in which many a magician have adapted and put their own take on. For those unfamiliar, the basic premise of a Wild Card routine is that of a number of cards of the same value shown clearly, and then one-by-one or in groups, they all change into another card - the 'wild' card.

In the right hands the Wild Card can be a marvel to watch and here, in this definitive study from Frank Garcia you have the opportunity to discover revolutionary routines, ideas and show stopping effects which are diabolically different, superbly written and magnificently illustrated.

Many of the routines within these pages have been closely guarded for years. Now, Frank Garcia is sharing his thoughts on this forerunner of all packet tricks. Be sure you to get your copy while you can.


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  • Jeffrey asks: Does this book come with the required cards? If not, are they available for purchase at your site?

    • 1. Jim answers: No, this is just a book. In general, yes on the availability of the cards, but but as a set. You'll need to buy various decks to get the gimmicks needed for all of the routines.
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