LOCK by Mickael Chatelain and Victor Zatko (BLUE) VISUALLY materialize a selected card right in front of the spectator's eyes. NOW SHIPPING. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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You produce two red backed cards each have a keyhole.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on July 1st, 2013
I like this, but I just can't give it a 4 or a 5... Its a very nice visual appearance of a card for sandwich routines, but it wouldnt be practical to add it into your already existing routine, and its not much better then something you can do already with sleight of hand... I personally would much rather Twisted as a gimmick for card sandwich effects. Blends right into your pack, can do your existing routines and still add a wicked visual element to your routine.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 24th, 2014
I would strongly recommend not buying this! The DVD is in French and the gimmicks are very confusing, I strongly strongly advise not getting this! Unless you speak French.
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Nice effect, TERRIBLE DVD! Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 26th, 2016
The effect here is a great visual transformtion, and a nice addition to the host of sandwich routines out there, BUT, there are a couple of places where you might easily flash the gimmick. The DVD gives an alternate handling to cover one of these instances, but IMHO, it seems a little awkward and less natural than the original handling.
The real crime here is the DVD. I don't think it's the best instructional video, even if you speak French, but for an English speaker, it's a nightmare. The disc doesn't have conventional DVD subtitles. Rather, it has additional chapters with English subtitles burned into the video... and the subtitles are VERY awkwardly translated. What's worse, you have to skip to a second menu screen to get to the English-subtitled version, and the disc is incorrectly coded, so you can't just play through all of the English chapters; sometimes it will skip back to a French-only chapter! For your reference, Titles 10-15 are the English-subtitled ones.
There's a couple of minor card slights involved, so this is by no means a "self-working" trick. Once you understand how the gimmick works--which isn't immediately obvious--the handling is still very important. Also, because of the translation, you get NO patter for this effect... at least not in English. I rather wish Penguin would take it upon themselves to shoot their own video for this trick to post in the "Learn" section of MyPenguinMagic!
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