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by Jay Sankey

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(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

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When it comes to magic with playing cards, 'sandwich effects' (where a selected card appears between two other cards) have always been very popular with magicians and audiences alike.

INSEPARABLE takes the classic sandwich effect to an outrageous new level. The selected card not only appears between two other cards held by the spectator, but all three cards are found FUSED TOGETHER INTO A SINGLE STRIP OF CARDBOARD!

A truly LETHAL magic combination.

And if you add a two-card transposition phase to this already shocking effect, you have the kind of outstanding magic with which you can confidently end any show.

INSEPARABLE includes specially-printed Bicycle playing cards and an exciting full-length DVD teaching several different handlings and presentations.

Add this mind-bending card routine to your repertoire today!

Running Time Approximately 1hr 17min
Date Added: Jun 23rd, 2008


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Official Review

January 12th, 2009 7:41pm
Reviewed by Gordon Meyer
Inseparable is a very strange card trick. At the end, you're left with three playing cards that are joined at the sides, as if they haven't been completely cut during the manufacturing process. As Jay Sankey says on the accompanying DVD, it's an usual physical object and that sort of thing can result in particularly strong magic.

I prefer presenting Inseparable as a transposition effect instead of a sandwich trick. My reasoning is that the strange strip-o-cards is better introduced and explained, and then used in performing some magic, instead of being produced as a surprise finish. But the nice thing is that Sankey has provided what you need to present it either way, provided you use red-backed Bicycle cards.

There are no printed instructions included, everything is on the DVD. There's an hour of instruction on the disc, which seems like a lot for a relatively simple trick, but the extra material is worthwhile. Sankey demonstrates several different techniques and encourages... [Read More]
2 of 4 registered users have found this review helpful.

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Official Review

February 16th, 2010 4:12pm
Reviewed by Jeff Stone
Pre-Review "Disclosure"/"Disclaimer":

Ok many of you probably know that Jay Sankey and I are good friends and that we've worked together on a project or two in the past, and we also are consultants to one another.

I get feedback from him on my stuff, and he gets feedback from me on a lot of his stuff. Additionally, I do not receive any sort of compensation whatsoever for reviewing or "pitching" his products (I was involved a fair bit in this project. In the opening introduction, I'm credited with helping break through some walls that Jay was hitting with the concept).

I tell you that up front just to sort of clear the air and to let you know that when I give Jay feedback, I'm brutally honest with him. I tell him if I think he has a crappy idea or a good idea. He wouldn't have it any other way, nor would I. So I want to make it clear that Jay's products get the same level of scrutiny as any other products I review.

On to the review:
This is a great effect. First of all... [Read More]
4 of 8 registered users have found this review helpful.

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