Blind-Sight by Nick Trost

(c. 1992,2005) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Blind-Sight, which works entirely on the Gilbreath principle, was developed over a period of time. I came up with a new method for “mixing” the cards that I am quite pleased with. The “mix” appears so random that it is hard to conceive how the performer could know the location of any card.

Effect: Two regular decks are thoroughly shuffled together in a card tray by the performer and a spectator. Claiming he can “see” with his fingertips, the performer holds the 104-card deck out of sight and produces red and black cards at will. Then he produces cards of each suit, each value, and finally—and this is the topper—he separates the intermixed cards into two complete decks so that each contains exactly 52 different cards.

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Approx. Price: $25.00 (2005) ***

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