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Lucky Card Red (Gimmick and Online Instructions)

by Costa Funtastico

Product Rating:

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

Product Description

Have you ever wanted to control your own luck? Now you can.

A folded card is held with a paperclip, on top of a random card. You explain that this is your lucky card. You have a card selected, signed and then lost in the deck. You then point to the folded card. You tip the lucky card into the spectator's hand for them to open. To their amazement, it is their signed card!

Custom made gimmick supplied.

"Lucky card is a great little gimmick that is so easy to use and really packs a punch! It's not often that I use other people's material, but I REALLY dig this!" - Danny Weiser
Date Added: Apr 30th, 2016
MLA SKU: 572457f89d399


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Official Review

April 8th, 2022 3:30am
Reviewed by James Sanden
“Object to impossible location” is a classic plot for a reason. It has the potential to create a truly impossible magic moment. Costa Funtastico’s “Lucky Card” is in the sub-category where the impossible location begins with the folded card (which will turn out to be the selection) in full view. There are many, many approaches to this version, from expensive gimmicked boxes (like David Regal’s excellent Clarity Box) to almost entirely sleight of hand approaches (like Jay Sankey’s modern classic Paperclipped.) In Mr. Funtastico’s approach the folded card is paperclipped to the back of another playing card.

“Lucky Card” includes a gimmick along with a link to a 13 ½ minute instructional video. In addition to the standard plot, a color changing card effect is taught, as well as a card to bill effect. The person who provides the instruction (not Mr. Funtastico) does not appear truly proficient with the gimmick. This isn’t to say the gimmick is difficult to use or... [Read More]

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