Ben Cardall has the unique ability to combine a very individual performance style with a creative intelligence that allows him to come up with routines, methods and ideas that can work for a variety of performing styles.
What you get
Making a deck of cards do as you please with the greatest of ease
Cool, commercial card magic with a kick in the face ending
Four Wizards Only
Very visual card magic with a kicker that hurts
A signed prediction and a signed card morph together in the strangest way, at one point the prediction ends up on the magicians tongue.
The Vampire Deck
The magician buites through the deck to the signed selection,That he has at no point touched, then restores the deck back to its original state and everything is examinable at every stage.
Bold Control 1
An instant card relocation to either the top or the bottom of the deck.
Bold Control 2
A card relocation to the topof the deck, a different version of Daniel Garcia’s wonderful ego slip control.
3 marked coins penetrate an examined tic tac box
Mulit Vanish, Silently
3 marked coins vanish completely, and with out a signle decibel of noise
From 2 empty hands a coin just changes
A twist on coin splitting, instead of splitting why not literally tear 1 coin into 2.
My handling for the indian bean mystery, 4 tic tacs in 4 holes. The last one not only hurts their stomachs but their minds too.
Poor Man’s Sunglasses
The perfect way to finish off Paul Harris’ Nightshades. By pulling the drawing off the bill completely and turning them into an actual pair of sunglasses.
A borrowed mobile phone penetrates a borrowed, signed tube of pringles.
A theory on the art of pickpocketing that has allowed me to do some very difficult steals in a bold yet simple and natural way.