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by Freed, Gary

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(Based on 3 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

A complete sell out at Magic On Manhattan. If you have to ask what the name stands for, you haven't seen it done. You display a packet of four face up jokers. As you count through them, on joker turns face down. As you count through again, another turns face down. The effect is repeated with the next two cards, until all four are clearly seen face down. But when the cards are turned over, they have become the four Aces. NFW is a devastating and revolutionary twist on twisting. To see it performed is to want one.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: ITSmpsq1LsMj49


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by stanyon
I normally shy away from packet tricks, but like the copy says; "To see it performed is to want one." I wanted one and I am performing this effect! At $15.00 you'll kick yourself when you see the gimmick, but you are paying for a well constructed routine.

Steve Taylor - Magic Taylor Made
January 25th, 2003 10:17am
Reviewed by doc
If you haven't got this, and you are a card worker, then why not??
April 2nd, 2015 6:07am
Reviewed by MM Breggar
When NFW was first released, I rushed to my favorite brick and mortar shop...and it was sold out. It was sold out at my favorite online store too. So a dozen years later ... Has it really been THAT long??? ... NFW is back on the market and it is still $15 and it is still a knockout effect. Straight forward and magical, four jokers "twist" Elmsely/Vernon style (actually three flip start with one turned over). And then magically turn into Aces.

Does this sound like Richard Sanders ACE effect? Well...yeah.... But NFW was there first. It looks cleaner, but in ACE the magic occurs in the Spec's hands. Otherwise, it's pretty much the same effect. If you are doing one, don't do the other.

There's is no DVD when you buy the effect, just a couple of gaffed cards. And as with ACE, you cannot have a four examined at the end... But no one will even be thinking about that.

The printed instructions are very clear and there are lots of demos to be found on the... [Read More]

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