The trick is absolutely ridiculous to say the least. Seriously, who approves this trash?
Anyone with half a brain would figure this trick out. This is why 95% of the trailer shows the
spectators' reaction and verbal talk about the trick. I was extremely skeptical so I should have
trusted my gut. Shame on me for that. I preform religiously in NYC and it would be a total insult to
preform this trick here.
So let's see here:
- The spectator cannot unroll or
heavily touch the card from the impossible location.
- You must have large hands. Look how large
Josh's hands are.
- You end so so dirty. You'll see Josh wearing a hoodie with side pockets.
There's a reason for this. Good luck trying your pants pocket
I should release a trick
where I take a coin, place it behind my back, then it magically disappears -- that's the equivalent
of this trick. There is so many better "signed card to impossible location" on Penguin. I highly
suggest purchasing "Any Signed Card to Any Spectator's Wallet" now. Don't buy Pipe Dream because I
wasted my hard earned money for you.
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If you think you know how it's done, you know how it's done. If you ask yourself how to get there,
you know how to get there!
sorry, a $5 pricetag would have been enough. Even in the
explanation the move doesn't look very smooth or natural at all. Just my opinion.
12 of 13 magicians found this helpful.
Anything over $5 is too much for this trick. What you DON'T get is a very clever way of loading a
spectator's signed bill into a Sharpie during the course of a routine. What you DO get is a nice
technique for making it look like you unroll a rolled card. This belongs in a magazine, not as a $15
11 of 12 magicians found this helpful.
I am really disappointed with this purchase. There is some creative thinking involved, but this is
not worth paying for. There are many problems with the handling of the trick, especially with the
signed card at the end. This illusion is really not worth the $14.95 you will pay for it.
don't blame the creator, though. I blame Penguin for promoting it, and the uber positive reviewers,
who tricked (haha!) me into buying it. Tons of great stuff on Penguin - this is not it.
6 of 7 magicians found this helpful.
Liked the trick but the volume was so low it was impossible to hear Josh and/or his pal
properly-such a shame (my volume was turned up to maximum)
6 of 8 magicians found this helpful.
A real shame-my sound was on maximum but voice of Josh and his friends was only just audible-am I
alone or does anybody else agree...?
5 of 6 magicians found this helpful.
You have to buy something else. I have bought many Penguinmagic effects, and this is probably my
-You have to have huge hands to palm cards.
-When you open the pen, they cannot
touch the card meaning you ave to pull it out yourself as soon as the cap opens.
-If they were
to give me notice to the size of hands you have to have, i would've reconsidered
4 of 5 magicians found this helpful.
Very nice trick. It's not really my stile of magic but maybe I'll do this once or twice.
can do it once but absolutely not again immediately after because that will raise questions.
if you could see two whole different performances after each other it's easy to see how it's done.
But a nice trick.
2 of 2 magicians found this helpful.
You could say whatever you want about the method, but this gets great reactions!
specatators their signed card just got inside the pen they used to sign the card, a miracle if you
think about it!
2 of 3 magicians found this helpful.
I have already written a review on this product but would like to edit it . The concept is great.
Its excellent for street/restaurant magic.The only downside is you do not finish clean.Also signed
card in pen is a reputation maker but does not resets immediately , so the performance for table
magic is restricted.However the other effects with the same concept explained have much more scope
for the restaurant magician. Overall a good effect for the price.
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