Card Cage

Trick by Hideki Tani
$19.95 Possibly discontinued.
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Card Cage

19.95 usd

Trick by Hideki Tani ($19.95)

Possibly discontinued.
Email me if it becomes available again.
Card Cage - magic

You can perform three effects with this trick: capture a selected card, vanish the card, then make it reappear anywhere.

The audience selects any card and places it back into the deck. The magician then shows two cage-shaped cards and puts the entire deck in between the cage cards. The magician then throws the deck into the opposite hand and the chosen card gets captured between the cage cards.

After showing the chosen card, the magician visibly places it back in between the cage cards before making it instantly vanish.

The chosen card then reappears, clipped onto the tie pin of the magician's tie (or wherever the magician choses it to appear).

Includes:

  • Cage cards 
  • Instructions


The routine requires Tie, Tiepin, and standard Red Bicycle Deck (not included).

 

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    Gareth asks: Can the spectators examine the 2 cage cards

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! you can't let the spectator examine the cage cards
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