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Fan2c by R. Paul Wilson and Dan & Dave Buck - DVD
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Imagine you're holding a lousy poker hand. The cards are spread at your fingertips. Now, in a subtle action of riffling the edges of the cards, they seem to magically morph into a royal flush. The cards are visible the whole time and can immediately be handed out for examination.
Also included on the disc are digital video files in QuickTime format of Paul's performance and explanation of FAN2C. Load these on your iPod for an on-the-go learning experience.
Note: A gimmick is required for this effect. However, Paul goes into great detail on how to make this gimmick using common household materials. It is not difficult and can be put together in only few minutes. Once made, it can be used over and over again.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
Recently, I gave a rubble-y review to R. Paul Wilson's effect Gypsy Monte 2003. However, you may remember that I mentioned that I am a fan of his work, and here you have your proof. His effect Fan2C is excellent.
The effect is simple: A fan of "indifferent" cards are shown. You pass your hand over them and they visually change into a royal flush which can instantly be handed out for examination. If you've seen the movie Shade, you've seen this effect. It's in the credits and title sequence. It's so visual, you'd swear that he's really rubbing the ink off the cards and changing them . . . heat sensitive ink or something.
But it's not true. In fact, you could do this with a borrowed deck. There are not extra cards involved. There is a gimmick, but you can make it in a few minutes, and it will work with any deck. Just get it. This month is the month of the gems, and Fan2C is far from being an exception. TOTAL GEM!
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 5th, 2010
I really like this one. The gaff is reasonably easy to make, and it will be very easy to carry around with you. There are no difficult sleights involved, but you WILL have to spend some time working on your handling. Like I said, not that it's difficult, but you want to be comfortable with the gaff so that you don't flash anything you're not supposed to, and so that these changes look as smooth and stunning as they do in the DVD.
The DVD comes with a surprising number of variations of effects that you can perform with this. These all tend to be quick, visual changes... no long, drawn-out plots to any of these; just "bang" and you're done. Not every effect ends totally clean... a couple of them have handling that some might feel is a little too bold. Not to worry, since there are some effects that do allow you to ditch the gaff so you end the effect with empty hands and 5 completely examinable cards. Under those conditions, you will have a completely baffled spectator!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on May 31st, 2011
This is a great trick to preform anywhere, anytime. Wilson goes into great detail on how to preform this mind boggling illusion and use it in various situations. Definitely reccomend it for and serious magicians.
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