Trick by Mike Liu ($29.95)
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Alcardmy is a stunningly visual card transposition that looks so much like real magic, it has to be seen to be believed. You'll be able to perform LIVE what looks like movie special effects - a card visually morphing into a signed playing card.
From his working repertoire, Mike Liu shares his highly visual morph of a playing card into a signed playing card. Mike has performed this routine under test conditions from street performances to strolling and close-up corporate work, and it has become his signature routine that not only fools lay people but has fooled many a knowledgeable magician.
The effect is a three phase card morph routine. A card is selected from a red backed deck of cards and signed on the face, and is then lost in the deck. The performer then shows the face card of the deck, which starts to smudge as he waves his hand. It then visibly morphs it into the signed card. Finally, the spectator turns over their card to discover it now has a blue back. The card is given away as a souvenir.
- Easy to do
- Morph a signed playing card
- 3 phase card morph
- Fully finished custom made gimmicks (in red back Bicycle)
- Resets in seconds
No pipe-dreams - this is audience tested over many years and designed for maximum impact. This very visual morph happens up close using a very clever gimmick that does all the work for you. During the morph the spectators see the card actually smudge and then morph into the card they signed moments before.
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