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by Aronson, Simon

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: A-1 MagicalMedia

Product Description

EFFECT: Two cards are freely selected and are then replaced into a shuffled deck. The deck is ribbon spread face down across the table, and a spectator takes an advertising card and freely inserts it into the spread, wherever she desires. The spread is flipped face up and the two cards on either side of the advertising card are the selections. In addition to being a fantastic stab effect, Ad-jacent can also be used as an easy, fool-proof way of forcing two cards on a spectator.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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April 17th, 2012 3:17pm
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
This trick, in my opinion, is everything it advertises itself to be:highly effective, and easy to do. I always prefer to have no-gaff versions of card tricks, that are as strong (and 'impossible') as the gaffed ones. It's possible to do this trick minus trick cards-but it's not quite as clean as what Simon Aronson has come up with here. The first versions I ever came across, were in Scarne's book on cards. They used business cards, one used wax, and both required moves-or, shifts of deck halves. I'll get one minor 'gripe' out of the way-not really a gripe, but an observation. The advertising card that is used for this trick, is already out of date-the copyright on the instructions being 2001. The current day ad cards that come with Bicycle cards are much more colorful, and visually complex. I doubt a spectator will notice this-but I hope that A-1 Magical Media updates this effect. Besides keeping the card current, the new ad cards have much more visual punch, than the older ones.... [Read More]

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