Chaos

Trick by Mathieu Bich
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Chaos

29.95 usd

Trick by Mathieu Bich ($29.95)

Out of stock. Email me when new stock arrives.
Chaos - magic
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A deck of cards is freely shown in random order - then somehow reshapes itself into perfect, new-deck order.

However you think it works - you’re wrong.

A masterpiece 15 years in the making. The effect of Chaos is quite simple: a deck of cards is freely shown in random order - then impossibly reshapes itself into perfect, new-deck order.

Since 2001, Mathieu Bich has been working on a method for Chaos that was easy to perform, practical, and mind-numbingly FAIR. It’s perhaps the most deceptive card trick ever done.

Watching Chaos is experiencing a work of art. It has a beginning, middle, and end. All the way through, your spectators will be engaged and completely, utterly, devastatingly fooled.

Each phase builds upon the last, leading up to a kicker ending that simply defies explanation. There’s no sleight of hand, and with 30 minutes of practice, you can perform it right out of the box. Everything you need is included and ready to perform.

 

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  • 1.

    Paul asks: sorry for a silly question....is this a gimmicked deck or a tutorial fro any pack of cards?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The supplied deck is necessary.
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    Teddy asks: Is the pack examinable afterward?

    • 1. Tony answers: Nope! You can't let spectator examined the deck
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Customer reviews for Chaos

Craig

I was worried it had the principle to another trick I own but it's not so I was pleased that two different principles are involved with Chaos. The handling, with practise, involving the spades, is quite clever. The other principle regarding the rest of the deck is simplicity itself. Overall it's an impressive trick and Matthew Bich has done it again!