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Noted 2.0 Blue (DVD and Gimmick) by Gary Jones and Magic Tao - DVD
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The scenario is as follows. You approach a group of people, or an individual, holding a small note pad and a Sharpie marker. You then say that you will vanish the note pad. On a count to of three, the Sharpie marker appears on your ear. Whilst you take the Sharpie to go and tap on the note pad again, the note pad has visually changed into a pack of cards right in front of their eyes.

The scenario is as follows. You approach a group of people or an individual, holding a note pad. You then proceed to ask them if they are ready to place their order, if they say no, you then say something like, that's ok, how about a card trick instead. The notepad turns into a pack of cards right in front of their eyes.

You can use this in any scenario, restaurants, corporate functions, bars, parties. It is limited to your own imagination.

You can even write on the gimmick, so you can use it for example at the beginning of your invisible deck routine. You ask a spectator to name any card. You write it on the Noted gimmick. You then say I will find your card, but you need a deck of cards. You then make the note pad turn into a deck of cards and then go into your invisible deck routine.

You can see that the possibilities with the Noted gimmick are endless.

You are supplied with a universal gimmick that makes all this possible.

  • No slight of hand needed
  • Custom made gimmick supplied (Gimmick might not match what's in the video)
  • You just supply your own deck.
  • Comes with DVD with full explanations

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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 16th, 2015
I love this trick. Very easy to do and looks great. After the change I ditch the gimmick and go into another card trick as the deck is a normal deck.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on January 27th, 2015
This illusion blows away anyone who sees it. The realistic look of the metal binding and the inner pages is what kicks magical booteh on the now gasping and shocked crowd. I've performed it to said crowds and can attest to the amazement level of this illusion, even my sharp-eyed test subjects are all stunned, when and after they see it. They have no idea still. One asked, looking at me in disbelief, "Where did the metal rings go?!?" I was wearing a tank top when I did it and was standing in front of him (there's nothing to ditch). I just shrugged my shoulders like I didn't know either, which he then gave me the look of "You turd!".
The gimmick, which I've somewhat hinted to already, is extremely well crafted and manufactured. There's no way you can make one at this quality and precision and it's well worth the price and get this one ready-to-go. The gimmick creates the perfect optical illusion of a metal-binded notepad, and in an instant becomes a deck of playing cards which you can proceed however you want with. The original handling of Gary Jones (which he also teaches in the dvd) is my personally chosen handling. I walk to the table with my Sharpie in one hand, a notepad in the other, both posed ready to write something. I say, "O.K., what would you like?", acting in body language as that of a waiter. The looks they give me are awesome, all different. I say, "Oh, you've already ordered your food?" as I point to a menu with my Sharpie and rotate my hand with the notepad downward. When I turn it back up it is now the deck! I hold that hand still and allow the spectators to focus their various attentions back at it. Most are usually looking elsewhere, at my face and saying "Yes we have", or looking at one other like, "Who's this guy". When they start getting a magical rush I say, "O.K. then how about a card trick" and I proceed to do just that. The notepad's amazing vanish happens during an off note time (people aren't looking at you as a magician yet so they're not expecting magic) and the card trick is what your final focus is on. It's something they talk about after you've left.
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