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Unknown Card Review

June 7th, 2010 12:15pm
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
This trick has enormous impact on viewers and yet is so simple to perform. It has a few more cards than your average packet trick, and it may take a few extra minutes to perform as well. It seems so fairly done, yet looks impossible. Try as I did, there seems to be no way out of having to pocket the 'unknown card'. Questionable as this may seem, six card faces evaporate-which weighs more in most people's eyes than one card temporarily going to the pocket.
The climax in this effect, is worth milking-( build up to the 'identity' of the unknown card).
GREAT response from people-something that they have NEVER seen before.
I know many clever moves and routines with a packet of cards-this one, is one of the easiest to perform, and has a guarenteed laugh inducing punchline. A Nick Trost classic, and a top favorite of mine. ( if I carry it in one of my wallets, it's like a close friend-reliable).

Product info for Unknown Card

Author: Nick Trost
Publisher: L&L Publishing
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $9.95
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Manufacturer's Description:

You fan out six cards to show three face-up Fours and three face-down cards. The cards are turned over and re-fanned to show three Tens. An “unknown” card is removed from your pocket and inserted into the fan. You now deal the Fours face down to a spectator while you hold the Tens and the “unknown” card. Your cards are squared, turned end-over-end three times, and re-fanned. The “unknown” card is pocketed. The Tens are now gone”faces and backs of blank-face cards are shown! The spectator's cards are turned over and the Fours are gone!

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