Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks - Volume 2
Featuring creations from some of the greatest minds in magic, Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks Vol 2, is jam packed with incredible card tricks that require NO sleight of hand.
Following on from Bigblindmedia's biggest selling release of all time ('Ultimate Self Working Card Tricks Vol 1), this is a project stuffed with do-able, AMAZING tricks!!
The nine stunning routines on offer prove that it's not HOW the trick is done - it's 100% about WHAT your audience perceives. None of these tricks require sleight of hand, but they are absolutely, mind fryingly awesome. Some of the methods are so devious that you'll fool yourself when you perform them.
From John Bannon's self working, instantly resetting packet trick 'Poker Pairadox' to Ryan Schlutz's three phase masterpiece 'Sensational' to Peter Duffies ingenious FourMost these are tricks that you will perform again and again and again.
So grab a deck and join your hosts James Went (from the smash hit BBC show 'Help, My Supply Teacher Is Magic'), Liam Montier, Iain Moran, Ryan Schlutz and Owen Packard, and prepare to learn some of the greatest card tricks ever invented.
1.Mind Mirror (Jack McMillan)
2.Convergence (Cameron Francis)
3.Stock Exchange (John Guasterferro)
4.Sense-sational (Ryan Schultz)
5.Poker Pairadox (John Bannon)
6.Four Most (Peter Duffie)
7.Password Fallacy (Jim Steinmeyer)
8.Amara Rises Again (Ryan Matney)
9.Blind Choice (Roy Walton)
Liam Montier, James Went, Iain Moran, Ryan Schlutz & Owen Packard
'This DVD features nine routines that require no sleight of hand, but the methods are so devious that you’ll fool yourself. Big Blind Media (sic) has produced a quality DVD in a professional setting that is clear and with excellent sound quality. The creative use of overhead shots adds clarity to the performance and explanations. Each effect is preceded by an introduction highlighting the effect’s originator and some of his other books or DVDs. These are not new effects as they can be found in several books and other DVDs, but is a nice collection with instructions that are easy to follow.' Linking Ring Magazine, March 2014
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