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 Post subject: Cool trick but... waz the name and...
PostPosted: Sat Aug 09, 2003 10:37 am 
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Has anyone saw a trick where a spectator picks a card and the card's returned into the deck, then the card jumps into Blaine's pocket. Then the card is placed into the deck again, and Blaine searches into his pocket and pulls out the whole deck but only the selected card is left on the Blaine's hand. Can someone tell me a name of the trick?

Sorry my bad english, I can't speak it quite well :wink:


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I've never seen the effect in a book, but if your trying to learn the trick, I suggest watching Blaine's performance. It's all about misdirection.


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David Williamson's 51 Cards to Pocket...nothing david blaine did on any of his specials is his own creation


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Williamson and many other magicians(Bill Malone) were and are consultants for Blaine.


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I do a simmilar one as a finishing touch to ambitious card


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Williamson's routine has a kicker ending, as well. You peel the signature off the card!

The routine can be found in Williamson's Wonders by Richard Kaufman, pp. 77-79.


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Simon Lovell's Deck to Pocket.


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