Build a deck filled with
"packet" tricks, routined together around the theme of Go
Qua-Fiki got the idea for his Go Fish Deck from
Tommy Wonder's Tamed Wild Card in which Tommy has a
perfectly good reason for carrying his special
"collection" around in a separate wallet of its own.
Qua-Fiki just made the wallet bigger and turned it into a full
deck of playing cards. The Go Fish theme appeals to kids
as well as adults, and teens are just blown away by the magic.
The first effect in this series is Qua-Fiki's
favorite, a variation of Jim Temple's Color Monte in
which the swindler is the smallest kid in kindergarten who takes
your money using cards from an oversized deck of Go Fish
playing cards. Qua-Fiki's version starts off by showing the faces
of all three cards, One Red Fish and Two Blue Fish... just like
in the kindergarten book by Dr. Seuss? Only Dr. Seuss never
encountered the "wotten widdle kid" who can fleece you
out of your lunch money.
The e-Book contains templates for printing out
the special Go Fish Cards, along with instructions for
making the cards and performing with them. This then makes the
first packet of cards to begin your collection of Go Fish
Cards to drop into your Go Fish Card Box (the last
effect in the series shows you how to make the Box and use it in
a variety of tricks).