Promoted as a great opener and it is. The color change at the end comes out of nowhere. The effect
is quick, simple, easy, powerful, gets attention. When done, I get the gaffs to the bottom of the
deck, cop it, and I can go on from there.
I actually broke my gaff card, but it wasn't a
problem. I just wave my hand over it like a really clean erdnase change; not as snappy as the
intended effect, but it works. I'll probably sew it back up later.
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This trick is great, I highly recommend it. The gaff is a little fragile, but if handled with care
should be fine. And if you do break it, it can be easily repaired, and instructions for repair are
included in the teaching material. The video is very professional, Joshua Jay does a good job with
teaching this effect. And by the way, this isn't just an extremely visual Color Changing Deck trick,
it's also a Triumph effect. 2 Dai Vernon classics in one! Buy it today! You won't regret it. It is
definitely one of my favorite gaffed card tricks. Not your typical gaff. Very interesting.
I picked this up at one of Bizzaro's lectures. This has to be one of my favorite if not my favorite
gimmicked trick that I own. The gimmick can be fragile, but comes with 2 replacement pieces. This is
really easy to perform and I highly recommend this.
the trick itself is pretty good but the second I opened the gimmick it broke
best trick ever, amazing reactions, and really visual
This gimmick is great! Snappy color changing, completely out of nowhere! They'll not realize what
happen and it will hit them hard. It took me a while to get those because Penguin Magic haven't
restock this tricks for a very long time. So, I manage to get a hold of Bizzaro himself and order it
off him with a autograph sign on it! ^^
Add this to the cart. It was soo awesome!