On this disc, you will learn powerful walk-around magic that can be done anywhere at anytime, surrounded, and with a normal deck of cards.
A selected card is left protruding from half the deck in your left hand while the other half remains in your right hand. Instantly and without the packets ever touching their card vanishes and reappears protruding face-up in the right hand packet. The card can be signed!
Fission for Aces
An eight is turned face up on top of the deck. In a splitting action, the eight is ripped into two fours of matching color. One of the fours is handed out, as the remaining four is this time split at the fingertips into two twoâ€™s. Lastly, as you can imagine, a two is split into two aces. This quick trick is extremely visual â€" everything is done at the fingertips.
We've taken this classic and usually boring effect and given it STYLE. Two cards are selected and lost in the deck. As the four aces are magically produced, the selections mysteriously appear between them. This is as visual as it gets.
Hereâ€™s a remix of the classic 'Back in Time' effect by Steve Freeman.
If you know the Freeman trick, just imagine it with a face-up card and youâ€™ve imagined this trick, seriously.
In this effect you'll learn the DB Spin Change, the most visual change we've created and probably the easiest too!
The coolest packet trick you'll ever perform. The 4 sixes are shown with the added Buck flair. The performer jokes about how if he turns the six around it changes to a nine (pointing to an upside down six from the spectators POV). The next time the performer turns them around, they really do change to 4 nines and the cards can be handed out for examination.
Hand to Mouth
The spectator is instructed to push their protruding card flush with the deck... By this time the card is already in your mouth.
The misdirection is so perfect that you will find yourself performing this surrounded without anyone having a clue.
Our finesse and style differentiates this effect from previous handlings.
Any card is selected and sandwiched between the two red aces; these cards are clearly placed on the table. Another card is selected, however, the performer miscalls it as the first selection. This second selection is face up on top of the deck. With a snap, the card visually transforms into the first selection sandwiched between the red aces. The cards on the table are spread to reveal the second selection sandwiched between the black aces.
This is a beautiful transposition effect with a clever plot about Déjà Vu vu that will leave you spectators wondering more about what they really just witnessed, or if it happened at all.
Here's an instant two-card transposition effect. It can be done anytime and surrounded.