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Kolossal Killer

by Knepper, Kenton

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(Based on 3 reviews)
Categories: General, Close Up, Mentalism
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Wonder Wizards

Product Description

Spectators just NAME a playing card, and you have the correct card in your wallet. YOU ARE ALWAYS CORRECT. It is the ultimate card 'out' for Close-up work. A spectator can mess with you all they want - RELAX - you can still produce a playing card from your normal wallet, as absolute proof that you knew their card all along. Kolossal Killer has become a classic piece of mentalism as well - used by such pros as Larry Becker and Jeff McBride. It's a full-blown stage effect, with nothing but the minds of the audience and your everyday billfold.
# NO Forces
# NO Gaffed Wallet
# NO Sleight of Hand
# NO 52 Card Index (Not 26 cards either)

PLUS With this - Kenton's original version - you can do effects even the expensive gaffed wallet versions simply cannot do. AND you will receive complete routines, right out of Kenton's act. This couldn't be easier or more diabolical. Only a very select few have been privy to Kenton's original version of Killer - until now. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE. Get the complete original work with all the devious touches in this manuscript (just add your own billfold and cards). Forever more you will have a truly groundbreaking reputation maker, not 'up your sleeve', but in your own wallet.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: Er61FjjHEydsoIL


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Spencer Singleton
First, a brief story...

I was visiting my favorite magic shop one Saturday and hanging out with my friend who works there; he was running through a gamut of fun and interesting effects, pushing the product as appropriate. I was apparently in a bit of an "off" mood that day, because he wasn't getting the reactions he had anticipated. Finally, in apparent frustration, he spread the cards before me face up; "Think of a card, any card you want," he states. So, I pick my card. He then attempts to tell me my card. He hit on the color and suit, but missed on the value. I was less than impressed, but he didn't seem surprised. "I should have known," he said. "I couldn't read YOUR mind, but it seems you read mine..." He then cleanly and slowly produces his wallet (not some fandangled gimimck wallet, but the one I've seen him pull out for cash, ID, whatever...). "I keep one card with me at all times, my lucky card. It tends to follow me. If I'm told to think of a card, I always... [Read More]
November 18th, 2003 12:51pm
Reviewed by Carlo DeBlasio
Maybe it's me, but I'm not a huge fan of this routine. The premise of this effect is that a spectator names a card and that you reveal the correct card in your wallet. This is not entirely true. It is not like the invisible deck, where you reveal the exact card the spectator chose every time. This is a clever routine with outs and requires that you carry a wallet containing several cards (less than 26). It does require some linguistic guidance of the spectator. A full-blown stage effect? Hardly. Mind reading? Questionable. It is workable and can potentially be a stunning effect, but so can carrying around the Jack of Hearts in your wallet and asking people to name their favorite card. Your chances are slightly better with Kolossal Killer.
August 1st, 2016 6:56pm
Reviewed by James Wood
This is a Review of the Penguin Download for Kolossal Killer

This is a solid trick. The spectator names any card. Totally free choice. You then say "What a coincidence, that's my lucky card!" To prove it, you show them your wallet and pull out a card. About 33% of the time this card is exactly the one named by the spectator and you have a miracle. The rest of the time the card in the wallet doesn't exactly match the one named, but you still turn the trick into a near-miracle through a clever ending.

The Penguin video download includes several live performances with real spectators.
Nick Locano's teaching is excellent. His explanations are thorough and clear.
This trick makes a great opener for walk-around. It lasts less than two minutes, can be performed surrounded, and has a difficulty level of about 5 (on a 1 to 10 scale).

The inside of the wallet can't be shown to spectators.
The trick takes a fair amount of wallet space and isn't... [Read More]

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