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Coin Card

by Archer, Danny

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

From a deck of cards, the magician removes and tables four cards making four different predictions. He predicts that instead of doing another card trick, it's time for a coin trick. When the cards are removed, four coins are seen lying on the table. This clever gimmick allows you to produce four coins (halves or quarters) as easily as removing and tabling a card. No sleight of hand required. Each gimmick is handmade (from Bicycle card stock) and the instructions also include an easy to do yet very magical Matrix routine.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: dGjexTjk4RkKZp


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December 12th, 2011 11:45am
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
I REALLY like this utility gaff-so, go get one! Ahhh, if reviews were only that simple...
When any effect or principal excites me, I try to clarify why that is-to myself. Telling or writing words for others, is still a challenge for me, as I'm used to thinking in pictures and visuals.

Basically, this gaff allows you to do the most innocous thing-something that no spectator will be paying too much attention to: with clean hands, take the deck, out jog four cards, lay them out on the table in a square. NONE of this, is called particular attention to. Shortly there after, turn the cards over, and 4 gleaming half dollars (or quarters) are staring your audience in the face-and you may then move forward into your favorite matrix routine. Whats so sweet to me, is that this appearence of coins, is something that NOONE sees coming-particularly if youv'e already done some card tricks with the same deck. Equally sweet is that it the appearence of coins, is a heck of alot more interesting... [Read More]

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