Search Products

What's Hot...

Retail Price: $12.00

Buy Now

Ace Illusion

by Tom James

Product Rating:

(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: General, Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Tom James

Product Description

A great card trick that will boggle the minds of anyone. Slight-of-Hand trick that requires no slight-of hand at all. Will make the beginner look like a pro and a pro look amazing. Simple to do because it is all an illusion.

You can purchase this trick directly from the author by calling 513-289-7616, or at The Magic Shop in Covington, KY by calling 859-491-1313. The gimmick alone sells for $12 and the gimmick with a deck of cards is $15.
Date Added: Mar 31st, 2004
MLA SKU: wQVkm4tvnxwzTWh

Reviews

Write your own review of Ace Illusion

Share our rating of Ace Illusion


If you would like to post our ratings of Ace Illusion, just place the following code into your website:

<iframe width="600" height="100" frameborder="0" src="http://mylovelyassistant.com/reviews/syndicate/sku/wQVkm4tvnxwzTWh"></iframe>

The rating will look as follows:

Feel free to change the size of the <iframe> to suit your needs.

About our Syndication Service

Official Review

May 17th, 2004 2:47pm
Rating:
Reviewed by Eugene Burger
Two red back Aces are shown. While held by an audience member and performer they multiply into four cards -- two with red backs and two with blue backs. The red back cards are shown no longer to be Aces but Jokers. The Aces now have blue backs. The cards are squared and separated and shown again to be the original two red backed Aces.

Since my own effect Ob-Ser-Vo is named as one of the inspirations for this effect -- and since I am specifically thanked in the instructions -- I wish my report here could be more positive. However, when I performed this for a non magician friend, he looked at me and smiled and said, "So? The cards are just stuck together, right?"

Right.

There are three problems here. First, the cards supplied do not match the cards described in the instructions which accompany the trick. The instructions speak of cards that are waxed together at the four corners. The cards... [Read More]

Sponsored By