Second Storm by John Guastaferro (PDF Instant Download) 13 completely or semi-impromptu card effects, requiring nothing more than a standard deck of cards.
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Over 40 pages, 57 full-color photos.
13 card effects, plus bonus routine ‘Silkworm”.
Most of the effects are completely or semi-impromptu, requiring nothing more than a standard deck of cards.
Jokers To Go
Two Jokers inside the card box change places with the spectator’s selected card.
Teeter Totter Aces
Using the deck as an imaginary teeter totter, the spectator produces the four Aces just by pushing on the deck.
The Stress Test
The name of selected card mysteriously appears on a stress test card held by the spectator.
Time Will Tell
After an eerie revelation, three randomly-selected cards match the current time of day on the spectator’s watch.
Fate brings two random cards together, followed by the discovery of the four Aces and a near impossible finale. An absolute reputation maker!
The Box Illusion
Make an empty card box appear to be full of cards. A clever bit with many possibilities.
Do an online search using the deck to successfully find the spectator’s card…with an added kicker to boot.
Here, There & Everywhere
A selected card makes a mysterious appearance in various places throughout the deck, finally ending up in an impossible location.
Turning the Tables
The spectator plays the role of magician and sucessfully finds four cards.
The Aces help predict which of the four Queens the spectator is holding. For the finale, the Queens and Aces change places.
Time to call “deck” support again. This time, the deck goes from all-backs…to all blanks…to printed faces. The deck is immediately handed out for examination. A perfect opener!
Four “baby Jokers” (poker-size cards with mini-Jokers printed on them) grow up into regular Jokers, then turn into Kings. Learn how to make this unique card in minutes.
Dots made by a spectator on your business card visually move and rearrange themselves to spell a message.
You start with nothing and end with nothing. Not quite a silk trick, not quite a sponge ball trick, but a whole lot of fun!