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Royal Flush of Hearts

by Dominique Duvivier

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: Close Up, Mentalism
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

The four aces magically change into four aces of the same suit; then one of them turns into king; and then all of them turn into a royal flush (except the ten is missing). Suddenly, each of the royal-flush cards are shown to have different, colorful back designs. For the kicker, all of the cards in the packet are shown to be tens of hearts. Everything can be examined.

Effect includes complete illustrated instructions and beautifully printed Bicycle brand cards.ยจ

Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006
MLA SKU: 0ZjejKrEloeB0es

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Official Review

November 5th, 2005 6:58pm
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Reviewed by Gordon Meyer
If you're looking for a sensical, deceptive, and innovate packet trick; keep looking. Royal Flush of Hearts is not what you seek.

The dealer description is more than a bit kind, so let me describe how this trick really appears, using some of the suggested patter provided in the one-A4 page, double-sided, instruction sheet, and my own notes.

"I have here a small packet of cards--actually quite a few--but I don't have a full deck. That's because these cards are a bit special."

You actually have 26 Bicycle-backed cards. Some of them are gaffed or specially printed.

"Let's use them for an experiment. I'll show you something with the four eights."

You set aside almost all of the cards. Those will be used in the kicker-finish, which we'll get to shortly.

"Did I say eights? Oh, well, I'll use the four aces like all the other magicians."

Apparently this line is intended to lay the groundwork for the fickle changes that follow. After this, one of the aces changes suit,... [Read More]

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