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Shuffling Jumbo Cards can be messy.
Cards can fly hither-thither, around the table, on the
floor. Use my mesh-front, see-through Shuffle Sack and
shuffle the cards as much as you want, faces front or
back without losing one. What the audience doesn't know
is that the Shuffle Sack can switch Cards or even whole
decks of Jumbo Size Cards all while innocently shuffling
away. The Sack is empty at the start and empty at the
end, but the cards are now stacked or set up however you
want and you did it right in front of their snoopy little
noses. Spectators can also use it to shuffle Jumbo Cards
without discovering its secrets. Make it yourself by
sewing, or by iron-on webbing or fabric gluing.
This $10 transparent Ring Box can be
used for a variety of different effects, from Linking
Wedding Rings, to an Ambitious Jumbo Card Color-change
Finale, and many more (included in the e-Book). Try this:
The box has a Jumbo blue-back card folded and placed in
it at the start. It sits on the table while you perform
some Jumbo Card tricks with a red-back deck of cards. One
of the tricks involves a free selection of a red-back
Jumbo Card that is signed by the spectator. During the
course of the trick, the red-back card disappears. The
Transparent Box is opened and the Jumbo blue-back card it
contains is unfolded. It is the spectator's chosen card
SIGNED and TRANSFORMED into a blue-backed Jumbo Card.
Three spectators choose a random single
digit number from 0 to 9, which you write down for the
audience to see. Let's say they pick "7, 2, 9"
A fourth spectator removes the Zodiac Medallion from
around your neck and shows the audience the numbers
"7 2 9" that are ENGRAVED into the back of the
metal medallion. The idea dates back to 1939 (Steward
James), goes through improvements from Al Koran (1968)
and Johnny Thompson, and finally my own version with real
metal engraving of the chosen numbers on a decorated
metal medallion you buy inexpensively, or make yourself
(carved wood). All sources are provided.
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