Gambler Vs. Gambler

Trick by Peter Woerde
$20.00 In stock. Order in the next 17 hours, 53 minutes and it will go out today!
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Gambler Vs. Gambler

20.00 usd

Trick by Peter Woerde ($20.00)

In stock. Order in the next 17 hours, 53 minutes and it will go out today!
Gambler Vs. Gambler - magic

With this routine, you are the master of the card table. You can cut to four-of-a-kind, change the hand, and then transform it into a Royal Flush in Spades.

This elegant routine has a beginning, middle, and fantastic ending, and within three minutes, you prove to your audience that you can do anything with a pack of cards. Few routines have the potency and impact of "Gambler vs. Gambler," and this special package comes complete with everything you need to perform, as well as an in-depth explanation video starring Joshua Jay.

"This is such an elegant, streamlined method. It's exactly what a gambling routine for laymen should look like: simple, amazing, and short." Joshua Jay

Includes DVD and specially printed Bicycle playing cards (add them to any color Bicycle deck).

 

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Official review from MAGIC Magazine

From the November 2016 MAGIC Magazine. Reviewed by Jared Kopf

This packet trick has several things going for it. First, it doesn’t feel like a packet trick at all, because the effect starts with a “shuffled” deck of cards. Second, it’s a packet trick that requires mastery of moves that are difficult to do well but fun to practice — the Half Pass and the Ascanio Spread. Third, it will fit perfectly around Dr. Daley’s theme, sacrificing the production of the Kings from various pockets for another magical transformation.

Joshua Jay performs and explains Woerde’s effect on the accompanying DVD.
Jay’s execution of the trick looks great, and his explanations are very clear. He does not go into much detail on the Half Pass, but this is not a move unfamiliar to most intermediate students, and it can easily be found in introductory texts on card magic.