Jumbo Tyvek Comedy Card

25.00 usd

Trick by Alan Wong ($25.00)

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Jumbo Tyvek Comedy Card - magic

From the creative mind of Alan Wong, comes a super commercial three-phase comedy prediction routine that packs flat and plays HUGE.

This versatile trick is the perfect addition to the arsenal of any stage magician or parlor magician. It can be used to open your show, transition into intermission or even just as a backup magic trick for those unexpected moments.

The Jumbo Tyvek Comedy Card is a A4 laminated card that is big enough to be seen by audiences of all sizes. This card is introduced as a special prediction that is displayed openly or held by a spectator for the duration of your show.

When you're ready to use it, you'll have a spectator select a card. You then then turn over your prediction to show it says "YOUR CARD." As the audience doesn't seem impressed, you tell them this was just a joke and explain how their card is actually inside the prediction.

You open up the Jumbo Tyvek Comedy Card and show it to just the spectator. They will confirm their card is there. While this will impress your audience at first, they will quickly laugh when you turn it around to show that it actually has all 52 cards printed on it.

Just as everyone starts to wonder if you're just playing a prank on them, you ask the spectator to say out loud what their card was. You then open up the prediction all the way to show that you knew the playing card the whole time. In fact, it's printed large enough for the entire audience to see.

Made of extremely durable material the Jumbo Tyvek Comedy Card will last you countless performances!

 

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