This is by far the most convincing and effective of all the TV Card Frame effects. Uses jumbo cards, a beautiful wooden frame, that has no possible room to conceal a whole jumbo card, combined with an entertaining routine.
I’ve always loved the coins to glass effect, and Silver Odyssey is without question the ultimate prop for this effect. The electronics are beautiful just to look at and work flawlessly everytime. The only downside with this effect is that Collector’s Workshop do not supply an equally impressive prop for vanishing the coins.
This is one of my favorite Trickery exclusives! Two boxes are shown, and a spectator chooses one of them (e.g. red). The lid on the blue box is closed. A card is then selected from the red box and shuffled back into the red deck. The deck is then also placed in its wooden box. At the command of the magician the red card is invisibly transferred to the blue deck. When the blue box is opened not only is the red backed card found in there, but the rest of the blue deck has totally vanished. Nicely made.
It’s well made and allows you to do a very clean switch of anything that is written on the pad. It comes with a great video. Just straight forward mentalism the way is should be. I have yet to be dissappointed with anything that Larry Becker puts out, and this is no exception.
Collector’s Workshop make some wonderful and expensive props. However, it is in some of their cheaper effects where you can find some real workable and entertaining routines. The Clock of San Marco is one such effect. I have used this many times on lay audiences and they just love it. It looks uncanny and is very convincing. Even if you can afford their expensive stuff you would be hard pressed to find a more unusual, workable, and entertaining close-up effect!
All of the electronic work that Marcelo Contento does is beautiful. Its machined well and it operates smoothly, flawlessly and very quietly. When I first received this Card Fountain, I was so impressed I phoned Marcelo up straight away just to thank him for building such a wonderful piece.
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