A vintage Martin Lewis effect, still used by magicians everywhere after nearly four decades, is now available in a convenient poker size version.
This three-phase routine builds toward an unexpected finale that will knock them out.
In the first two phases three blank cards and an Ace are shown. A blank is placed aside facedown, and the Ace is put between the other two blanks. A spectator fails to find the Ace because the three cards are shown one by one to be blank, and the Ace is on the table.
The third time the spectator usually guesses that the ace is on the table. But it is shown to be really a blank card, and the cards in the hand are shown to now be all Aces.
Parlor and stage version has 10.5in by 7.5in cards made from durable plastic that are about the thickness of four playing cards stacked together. The close up version is made from poker-sized cards and is great for walkaround performers.
Comes with booklet and online instructions.