This card trick is just one of Bruce Bernstein’s great card magic. All of his magic is strong and relatively easy to do but packs a wallop with its effect. This is no different. You can use this in a resturant situation whereby you can approach the table or person with a simple ‘hello’. Then tell them they look like a 39 (or some other number). After a lot of byplay, they select any card chosen that will be their favorite. It will then have their number written on the back of a card. You can then show them that all the cards are numbered from 1 to 52 and that they chose " their number" that you first spoke to them about. This is a great "approach" trick for the working person whether it be club, party, corporate or bar. It never fails to put a smile on the faces of the one you show it to. Powerfull stuff and highly recommended.
I bought this trick when Mr. Masuda showed it at a convention a few years back and it is one of my favorite closeup tricks to use. You tell the story about a postcard and watch having been photographed some time ago. The spectator gets to announce a time he thinks the watch had on it when the photog took the picture. The magician then reveals the picture after correctly guessing the spectator’s time and shows that there was no way it could have been set to any other hour due to the picture being sealed inside a plexiglass block. This can be handed out for brief examination to reveal that the watch and photo was frozen in time. Great trick. Ingenious method and highly recommended. You will use this a lot for close up magic.
The boxes are very well made from select hard woods. They are made so they can be handled by the magician alone. No assistant needed. I cannot say enough about this Viking product. They are becoming harder to find so if you have ever thought of adding a nested box routine to your show this is the one to own. The handling is remarkabley easy and this one will keep them at the ultimate WOW factor. Andy’s pictures really don’t do the justice to the beauty of these fine pieces or craftsmanship.
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