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Blizzard Review

December 30th, 2002 11:03pm
Reviewed by Bizzaro.
Ok what the effect sez is true. You have a freely chosen card selected, (And it can be signed), then mixed with others and then every card but that one is blank. When I first discovered this at the magic shop I worked at I showed everyone. Just for the sake of amusing myself. It fools groups of 1-21 and above.

I even fooled my girl with it.. TWICE. (No she was not blonde.) I will be honest. I would not sell this to an amateur. You gotta have BAWLS of steel to actually even try this. It's so blatant, it's so great, you will do it just to do it.

The only downfalls are thus: You really have to have a table like surface. You also end up with a blank deck and can't do anymore tricks. (Well you can but you have to be insane.. or they do. Either way.)

All in all this is a great idea and you can use it for all sorts of stuff. It has fooled many of the greats and will fool you too. Buy it now or your life is forfeit.

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Product info for Blizzard

Author: Dill, Dean
Publisher: Intimate Miracles
Average Rating:  (4)
Retail Price: $25.00
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Manufacturer's Description:

A spectator is asked to think of one card and then name that card. Let's say, the Seven of Hearts. You advise the spectator that you will remove from the deck his Seven of Hearts and the other three sevens as well. You place the deck face down on the table as you ask the spectator to take the four of a kind that you have removed and point to the card that they feel is theirs, without looking at the faces. You immediately show that the other three cards are blank. You then turn over the top two cards of the deck showing that the "jokers" are blank. You then turn over the next four cards showing the "Aces" to be blank. You then toss out the remaining cards face up in a flurry of all blank cards, a virtual blizzard of white face cards. Only one card remains face down. They are asked to turn it over to reveal the one card that they had freely named. Uses blue Bicycle cards.

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