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Corner & Exposure by Cameron Francis (DVD + Download) Two ultra-convincing crowd pleasers from a true pro. Teleport cards from THEIR hands into your control. WATCH THE FULL DOWNLOAD WHILE YOU WAIT FOR DELIVERY.
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An impossible transposition
A card is selected, signed and lost in the deck. The magician claims he can magically make the signed card jump to the top of the pack. He snaps his fingers over the deck and turns over the top card which is… a Joker. He buries the Joker in the middle of the snaps and snaps again. He turns over the top card which proves to be… the Joker again.
This time he folds the Joker into quarters and staples it shut. The spectators can clearly see that it is indeed the Joker which is folded and stapled. The stapled card is placed on the table where it never leaves the spectator’s sight. The magician clicks his fingers yet again. This time he spreads through the cards revealing one card reversed in the middle of the deck which turns out to be… the Joker again!
The spectator then picks up the stapled card and unfolds it. It is now the signed card! This effect is amazing and very easy to do. The clever gimmick does most of the work for you!
Important points to consider:
A practically self working card to card box effect
The magician explains that he will show the spectators how to do a stunning mentalism effect. A card is selected, signed and placed inside the card case. The magician waves his hand over the card case and is able to immediately divine the selection! Amazing!… Until he reveals that there is a big hole in the back of the card case.
He then claims there is an even more deceptive way to do the trick. The spectator’s signed card is fairly cut into the deck. The magician snaps his fingers over the deck which causes the card to rise to the top. He snaps again. The card is now invisible. He picks up the invisible card and slips it inside the card case. He then snaps over the hole in the card case and the signed selection VISIBLY appears inside the box!
Not only is effect complete stunning but it’s also ridiculously easy to do! There is NO SLEIGHT OF HAND REQUIRED! The simple gimmick does all of the work.
And the best part is, the card case may be completely examined after the effect!
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Customer Reviews (showing 1 - 10 of 27)3 of 3 magicians found the following review helpful:
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 2nd, 2012
What can I say? Have been doing close-up for over 25 years. I would rate this #1 (one) or # 2 (two) in close up cards.
Corner resets Immediately for table or walk around. Best I ever spent. The other card effect that will knock the sox off. Mark Mason's Stuck up Monte. Thank you little Penguins.
Corner Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 31st, 2012
This is the best transposition card trick I've ever seen, I love it sooooo much I get huge reactions with corner, the gimmick is very easy to make all you need Is a new pack of cards that include jokers and ur set.
Exposure on the other hand is ok just ok.
Easy & hard hitting! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 27th, 2012
I have only recently become a fan of Cameron Francis, and I love these routines! They are not difficult to do, but as with all magic please, please practice until it is flawless. Corner is a great transposition that seems impossible to the spectator. The gimmick is simple to make...it's very, very simple (as is the gimmick with Corner). Corner is a super visual appearance of a chosen card (which can be signed by the way). I look forward to test driving more of Cameron's work!
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 20th, 2011
Okay this might not be one with knuckle-busting sleight of hand but still both tricks are very cool! Especially Corner looks very sweet and clean and will give you great reactions! If you want two tricks you'll be able to perform in 10 minutes that will excite your spectators then this DVD is for you. :)
Corner & Exposure by Cameron Francis Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 2nd, 2013
This is a very nice couple of effects that can be routines. Simple to start or end a card routine. With the surprise endings.
Neh. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 28th, 2014
Production value =Excellent. Teaching quality =Fine. For that it gets a three. Its just that the effects are really only LITTLE subtleties to regular tricks. I really wanted to like this too. Don't understand the level of positive reactions to this.I saw the responses, thought this would be worth it, but it really isn't that good, don't bother to add to cart, too little material for the price.
Two excellent effects! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 25th, 2012
These are two very good effects. There is a little card work involved, but well worth learning if you don't know these pretty simple moves already. Not only are they great effects, but both have very entertaining and amusing plots. You can really have fun with these. I was amazed at how simple and creative they are.
To clarify about difficulty; and, some other coments. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 11th, 2013
The Corner effect does have some degree of difficulty with a few sleights, but Exposure is quite easy. Not quite "self-working," but even somebody with no card magic experience could probably do it with an hour of practice (as much to get the routine, patter, and angles right as anything).
Exposure also has a great hook: "I'm going to teach you how to do a magic trick." Whereupon you seemingly do, but then add a surprise whammy. Corner starts like an Ambitious Card routine (which is something you should be able to do before attempting Corner), then you "screw up" a few times, before the primary effect happens.
This has much in common with other Cameron Francis releases I've seen. His sleight of hand is beautiful, and his creativity and cleverness blows me away. (Exposure draws from multiple other effects, which he credits, but combine into something new.) However, there is little offered by way of presentation and patter; while you should always adapt effects to your own character, here it is especially important that you find your own way to authentically engage your spectators.
At full price this might be a little overpriced in this competitive market; but unlike a lot of effects I purchase, read/watch, and forget, this is something I will use. (Caveat: I am an amateur/hobbyist, not a pro.) If you are a hobbyist whose friends are sick of your ACR, Corner will be a fun change of pace; and Exposure is a fun opener for anyone that ends with you holding a clean and usable deck of cards. I have no regrets about picking this up.
corner and exposure easy and awesome Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 24th, 2013
it was really easy to do and everyone i show loves them exposure is really easy and corner dosn't take much effort
Great explanation Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 29th, 2013
Cameron does a great job of explaining two stunning effects. Added them to my repertoire immediately.
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