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Right and Wrong Review

Official Review

December 30th, 2013 3:27pm
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Reviewed by Fredrick Turner
From the fertile mind of Bob Solari comes Right and Wrong - a fun and whimsical card effect. The magician spreads the deck between her hands and asks her participant to think of a card - one that feels right for them. The participant names the card and its removed from the deck and placed on the face. The deck is cut burying the named card. Explaining that since that one card felt right to them then all the rest must be "wrong", the magician shows that all of the cards have the word "wrong" on the back while the named card has "right" written on the back.

This quick effect is fun and easy to perform. It is well within the reach of magicians of all skill levels. Compared to the price of "one-trick" DVDs, Right and Wrong is a bargain. You receive a gaffed deck of Bicycle cards and clear written instructions. If the Right and Wrong deck should wear out or lose its magic, a "crafty" magician can easily make up her or his own. The idea behind the deck isn't new but Solari makes no such claims.

My only caveat is that, in performance, one needs to use a deck switch to increase its effectiveness. Otherwise simply pulling out the Right and Wrong deck will scream gaffed deck - which of course it is.

Available at your favorite Murphy’s Magic dealer

Product info for Right and Wrong

Author: Solari, Bob
Publisher: Bob Solari Magic
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $14.95
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Effect:
The performer spreads a deck face up between his hands, asking a spectator to think of any card (no force). For example, let's assume the spectator calls out the Three of Hearts. The Three of Hearts is removed from the spread and displayed face up. The deck is given one cut, burying the Three of Hearts in the center of the deck.

The performer explains, "The reason you thought of the Three of Hearts is because for some reason, it feels "right" to you. The other 51 cards for some reason felt "wrong" to you". The performer turns the deck face down showing the wors "wrong" written boldly across its back. The cards are dealt face down one at a time, showing the word "wrong" written actoss the backs.

Suddenly one card has the word "right" written across its back. this card is dealt onto the table face up. It is the Three of Hearts! The remainder of the cards are shown, all having the word "wrong" written across their backs.

Easy to do, quick reset, no force, no sleights, no rough and smooth. Learn in minutes.


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