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One and Only Trick by Paul Harris & Tony MaClaren An Invisible Deck without the deck!
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You remove a flat, invitation-size envelope from your pocket and dump out an "invisible deck". You direct a spectator to freely "destroy" these imaginary cards until only a single card remains. Let's say the Queen of Diamonds.
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Awesome . . . if you put in the time Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 7th, 2003
This effect is awesome if you put in the time to learn it. You will have to practice this a lot to get it down flawlessly, but it is well worth it . . .at least to me.
With the effect, Harris gives you easier options to use to perform this miracle. The description of the effect reads exactly how it plays out. Card is named and found in the envelope.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 13th, 2003
This is a very very ingenious piece of magic, it's very well done, the effect is power. But one bad thing is that it cannot be examined, and sometimes, that sucks. It invovles psycho-ing your spectator, thus those magic-trick spoilers might spoil it. But that's like only 10% of the time as this magic has a way to prevent it. Do consider this.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 18th, 2003
This is amazing!! Very ingenius method. Harris has out done himself. Sooooo cunning. Buy it now you won't be unhappy. Great Trick
Great trick! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 22nd, 2003
I just got this trick and have only performed it a few times, but already I have had great reactions. The good thing about one and only is the build-up, which makes the climax of finding their chosen card even greater. It does take some time to learn the patter and method, but I think anyone is capable of performing it.
One and only indeed Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 24th, 2004
A truly spectacular effect. It is the invisible deck, with a great story and audience participation. A reaction machine.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 25th, 2004
My biggest problem with the trick is the envelope.. it says that it will last though several preformances, but the envelope failed me the first few times,, it opens when it's not supposed to,, over all , good idea,, good routine, bad envelope, stick to the original invisible deck..
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 10th, 2005
I have to admit I am on the fence as well. The reason why I like it is because the effect is as seen in the video and you just can't argue with that. You can bring this envelope to a party and leave your playing-cards at home, because you don't need them. Thats's another thing I like, the method. Fantastic (they truly always tear up the cards they want to tear up). What I don't like is that the envelope will maybe last some time, but it will obviously not look like new after a while. There will be tiny creases, it'll get dirty, and so on. They acknowledge the problem in the instructions, but that doesn't help ME. I still recommend to buy this, overall. If you are a pro it will be worth to buy another envelope from time to time. And if you are not, your envelope should surely last 30 to 40 performances and still look tolerable. Enough for mum, Dad and the dog. There is one more item you should get from an office-supply store, it is mentioned in the instructions. The makers sell the envelopes, but they are so expensive you hardly save $ compared with penguin. I think they should drop the price for people who purchased the effect. Good trick with flaws. If you can track down the envelopes (brand-name mentioned in the instructions) and if it's possible to make them yourself, pse post at Penguin-only section. Thanks.
One and Only Trick by Paul Harris Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on September 16th, 2005
Great trick! Very clever! I spent a couple of hours with the patter and the handling. Then showed it to my wife who is a really tough critic. I blew her away! She loved it!
The key is, study the patter and practice the handling and it works like a charm!
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 6th, 2010
This trick can be so incredibly powerful but you have to practice practice practice. If you don't do this, the effect will seem weak. This is based on an old principle but if you stick with it, it can be some of the most powerful magic that you will ever perform. Paul Harris comes out with some pretty amazing magic but it's usually more difficult. While in theory this trick could be performed by a beginner, I would recommend that it only be picked up by someone who is more experienced and confident while performing.
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