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Automatic Miracle Deck

(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

A Bicycle poker deck is displayed faces and backs. A prediction is placed face down on the table. A card is selected, remembered and lost in the deck. All cards are dealt on the table, alternating one face up with one face down. The cards are spread to exhibit the condition of the deck. Now, magic happens four times. The deck is spread to show all the cards now face the same direction, one card is caused to appear face down in the face up deck, your prediction matches the card the spectator selected and the deck is spread to show all of the cards in the deck have become the same value as the selected card.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: oCBvAdfWfxkZd8B


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August 22nd, 2011 1:27pm
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
I first heard about this effect on a Magic Cafe page dealing with gaffed decks. As there were positive comments about it, I searched it out, and just recieved my copy of it. This is not an easy trick to find, but it's out there-and I think worth finding, and performing. It has a copyright date of 1994.

The trick itself is simple enough to perform-in terms of mechanics-and to me it's like a combination of Brainwave, Triumph, Invisible Deck, and Svengali. It also brought to mind Tom Burgoon's 'Quad', Paul Curry's 'Cheek to Cheek', Robert Houdin's 'Protean Deck', and a no no gaff effect by Paul Harris called 'Overkill'.

The first three phases of the trick could seem to be done with 'normal cards'. It's the Svengali-like finish that telegraphs
'trick deck'. Don't get me wrong, it's eye popping, and strong.
But Cheek to Cheek, or Invisible Deck don't point such hot arrows towards the deck. So, if you don't mind using a deck that COULDN'T be legitimate, even to the most... [Read More]

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