Wild Poker Trick by Boris Wild (DVD) An amazing, visual and magical transformation that will leave your audience speechless!
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Five cards are shown to your audience. They represent your poker hand - and a poor one, at that. With a deft turn of the wrist and a snap of the fingers, the mis-matched cards instantly and visibly change into the winning hand - a Royal Flush in spades!
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 3rd, 2010
A very visual trick! I love the handling and just how well the gimmicks work. You're not left clean at the end but it doesn't take much to switch the cards and then offer them out for inspection.
pretty good Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
im going to start by saying that this trick is pretty good. now i have been looking for a good royal flush change effect for a while not knowing the best one to get. i took a chance on this one and i must say that its pretty good. it took me a while to get the handling down, but once i did it definately looks good. i dont know if this is the best change out there because this is the only one i own, but im just saying that it is pretty good and im pretty satisfied with it.
A fun packet trick Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
With the recent surge in popularity of poker, there's no shortage of poker packet tricks out there. If you're willing to take the time to learn the moves you can amaze some folks and make them think you're a master gambler.
WPT--for "Wild Poker Trick" from Boris Wild--is a packet trick that fits that description. You show the spectator five indifferent cards that would make you an automatic loser in a poker game. Bringing the cards together, you spread them out again and you are holding a royal flush.
There's no difficult sleight of hand here. It can be done with minimal practice. While this is a very visual card trick, you do not end clean and the spectators can't touch the cards when you finish.
For the price, this is a decent effect if you're wanting some sort of poker miracle in your bag of tricks.
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