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This is a an extremely novel, effective combination of two classic, great tricks: Six-Card Repeat and a “story” magic trick. In effect, you remove five credit cards from your wallet. You remove several and yet, magically, you always have five in your hands. All this happens as you spin an hilarious tale of your last visit to Las Vegas.
What sets this apart from everything else we have seen is that, although it packs in one credit card slot of your wallet, this effect plays BIG. How many effects using small cards can play for a room full of people? A theater full of people? Not too many. This is a PRACTICAL routine you will use.
This is Joshua Jay’s first release in the Wonder Wallet series. Essentially, the Wonder Wallet series is a magic show that you can carry in your wallet. Here, you’re given professionally printed props and easy-to-follow instruction, which makes learning this a breeze. It got raves from all the magazines for a good reason…this is one you will most certainly use.
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Customer reviews for Vegas Visit
First off, I should admit that I haven't purchased this trick. I know it only from Joshua's performance video (which, as of this date of 6/19/09, has not been added to the intro video). Based on this, I have two caveats for purchasers. First, the cards are so specifically designed for the story line that it would be difficult to alter the routine to make it your own. Second, I think the routine could be confusing to the audience, who may not catch on to the trick (six card repeat) versus the story line. But if you like the patter and can make sure the audience realizes that each counting of the cards is ever more mysterious, then Vegas Visit may be just right for you.
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Adam asks: Are the produced cards examinable at the end? Some of the "cards" seem paper thin.
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It's not needed, but most of the cards can be examined.