The One 2.0

DVD by Anthony Stan ($24.95)

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With this method, you can switch a folded card in a cleanest and simplest way.

Imagine a folded card on the table (under a glass for example) or in the spectator's hand. This card will not move until the revelation and will remain visible during the trick.

A freely and signed card is lost in the deck. When the folded card is opened, the spectator sees that it's exactly his signed card!!! It looks simply impossible.

You can realize this incredible effect at any time and with any deck of cards.

You need only a deck of cards, no box and no envelope.

Nothing to add or to remove from the deck of cards, you are always ready!

Anthony teaches in detail how to realize this effect in an impromptu way or with a gimmick. Other applications are also explained (Any Number And Any Card, Transposition, Bonus...). The method can be used with other objects: business card, paper with prediction, banknote...

  • A devastating effect which you can realize at any time and with only a deck of cards.
  • The spectator can open the card himself.
  • Easy to do
  • Instantly reset
  • Multiple applications and bonus
  • DVD in English and French (Gimmick included)
  • 50 minutes of detailed instructions
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Official review from Genii Magazine

From the April 2016 Genii magazine. Reviewed by David Regal

I love the image created with the procedure of “The One”: A folded playing card in full view under an inverted goblet turns out to be a signed selection. This is a sleight of hand switch, so the glass is not necessary, the folded card can just be sitting on the table, but to grasp the benefits provided by the glass, in impact and design, is a lesson in magic. Along with the DVD you get a couple of inexpensive gimmicks, worth about 50 cents, so what you are paying for is the switch. I think it is fair to say that the best unsuspected switches create the impression that the item in question was never concealed by a hand, even for an instant. The Al Baker switch, for example, meets that aim. This switch comes close, but there is a fraction of a second when the card goes out of sight. In addition, the sleight must be performed at the moment of highest heat, a situation that separates the men from the boys (and women from the girls). Curiously, a variant handling provided, in which the folded card is hung from the performer’s shirt pocket, looks just great, and I recommend buying this DVD for that handling alone. Yes, the card’s starting position is slightly contrived, and there is no glass, but due to the hand’s natural motion the move looks, well, like no move.

Considerations: Also taught are some effects that utilize a simple gimmick as a substitute for palming. These will anger the purist but they do look clean.

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