Endless

Trick by Inaki Zabaletta
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Endless

40.00 usd

Trick by Inaki Zabaletta ($40.00)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Thursday morning
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A wildly unique and excitingly visual card magic opener AND closer packed into one amazing effect.

Want to make a splash? Command attention before you even start performing your first card trick? Well "Endless" helps you do just that. It offers a visual and thrilling way to introduce a deck of cards, while also providing a great callback kicker that can tie together longer routines.

You start by showing blank white pieces up paper that are torn up into several pieces. With a magical gesture, these pieces are impossibly transformed into a real deck of cards. You can shuffle and manipulate these playing cards. It's a great addition to your stage manipulation act.

When your act is done, you can then "paint" the entire deck blank again and re-fuse the playing cards back into a piece of paper, just like before.

Bookending your act to create a cycle of action for the audience to watch is a fun and satisfying way to compose a good magic act. You'll love starting and ending your card magic with "Endless".

Comes with:

  • 1 special deck of gaffed playing cards
  • 1 gaffed card case
  • 6 pre-folded sheets
  • 2 "no tear" paper gimmicks
  • 30-minute video tutorial

"Endless" is the best way to produce a deck of cards. You can even produce your favorite deck of playing cards. It's the perfect addition to any stage manipulation act.

 

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  • Will asks: Can the deck be then used for a follow up routine. Or is this a special deck that that would need switched prior to beginning an ambitious routine for example

    • 1. Jim answers: You can produce your deck, so the general answer is yes. You will have to "clean up" if you want a 100% normal deck to continue with.
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Endless by Inaki Zabaletta