I'm not a huge fan of packet tricks but this is certainly an exception. This routine is filled wity
eye-popping colour changes or 'color' changes (sorry, I'm English). For a long time this trick was
my favourite and it's still one I hold in high regard.
I bought this card effect recently at my local magic shop. I saw the trick performed here, on
Penguin's website, and thought it would be an awesome trick! I am still using the instructions to
learn this effect because it does require quite a few "turns", and not so difficult moves, but it
does need hours of good practice before performing it for people. As with the others here who
reported that the cards were a bit warped and "plastic looking", so were mine. And, again, I bought
mine at my local magic store! So it's the person (David Solomon??), or whoever is supplying the
cards for this effect, who is using these "cheaply" made cards. Only ONE is using a Bicycle design
for the back, but who knows where the other cards come from. That's why it lost one star with me
because of the quality of the cards. I'm going to try and find some actual Bicycle cards that can
take the place of the other gimmicked ones, and use them. Then I will feel more comfortable
performing this effect. But overall, the illusion is GREAT!
I really like these type of visual card tricks with lots of color changing. Plus, the trick itself
isn't really that hard to do.
However, when I got the cards I was dissapointed by the
quality. There is no smooth, glossy finish that's on standard deck of cards, and several of the
cards had a slight bend, like they were morphed by water. It made the trick impossible to do.
I like this card trick, but I think I'll purchase it in person at Hollywood Magic instead of
on-line, so I can see and feel the quality of the cards before I buy it.
The packet of cards you recive with the trick are very low in quality. There is no air-flow finish
or polish on the cards. That means when you are in the middle of the trick the spectator catch a
glimspe of the secrets because you tryed to spread or count the cards. Let me tell you, first-hand
experience right here. It's not pretty. But all in all, decent illusion, but bad quality.
Next to NFW, Printing on Demand is the best packet trick on the market. This is really easy to
learn. It took me about 15 minutes to perfect. If you don't know or understand how to do the
Elmsley Count it will take you a bit longer. When you are ready this is the most visually stunning
card effects out there. Can't recommend it enough.
ok I love this trick but yes it dose require practice, but so dose all good magic. the practice part
is not why it lost a star. it lost a star cause i just got it and i read the badly written
instructions like 5 times and i still don't get it. i am glad i ordered it from penguin even though
this trick came and there is no trace of it in my MyPenguinmagic folder. it is tough to understand
so order it here for the instructional vid.
Hey I bought this trick one day ago, it looks realy great in the demo, but it takes some time to
master. I did it one hour after I got it, but it's an excellent trick. I use it all the time. If
you're looking for a packet trick this is probably the thing for you. ADD TO CART NOW!
This is a great magic trick. It takes a little of time to get down, and while you are trying, it may
seem like you will never get it down. I can assure you with enough practice you can. The reactions
are great and are well worth the time you spend practicing. I highly recommend getting this trick!
It's a great trick nut it's a little hard to do. I got this trick for a couple dollars more but I
still love it. It took me a few hours to master but it's a great trick! Add To Cart Now!
This is a great trick by David and I recommend it 100%! I bought mine @ a magic convention from
Tomas Medina. He only had 12 and he sold out in an instant! Pick 1 up 2day......