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Do we get a bottle cap with the card printed on it?

Asked at 03:27pm on July 10th, 2014 by spurlock (0 karma)
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No, it's a instant download and so you receive nothing. The deck of cards is normal (no one way force cards ...ha! ha!). In the routine, James Dean uses a cap of a bottle of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. As it is written in the description of the routine by Penguin Magic, inside the cap of this kind of bottle, there is the picture of a card. If you dont't succeed to get this kind of bottle, it's not a problem. You can buy (on some websites) or collect caps of bottle of beer, and write the names of the cards you wish with a permanent felt-tip pen, inside the caps. And if you use your imagination, you can introduce a cap in a different way of that used by James Dean.

Answered at 03:04am on July 11th, 2014 by cchristianm (6 karma)
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Hi there! This is an instant download video so you don't receive any specially made caps. When you purchase the download he also explains that the Pabst Blue Ribbon already has the card printed on the cap

Answered at 03:41pm on July 10th, 2014 by girspiggy (2362 karma)
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He conteols the card to the top of the deck then does a top change when they flip over the bottle cap

Answered at 06:58am on April 2nd, 2015 by magicman2175 (-5 karma)
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i don't think so and seems you need to prepare your bottle cap with the one way force cards with the same picture of your cap. P.S. i don't know about the trick as i still not buy it but just a wild guess and i won't buy it if it is the case as the cards cannot be examined at all.

Actually quite regret that I have bought some similar card tricks that the cards can't be examined and usually my spectators will require to examine the cards, by either letting or not letting them examine the cards both means the trick was failed!

Answered at 06:16pm on July 10th, 2014 by siroda (-11 karma)
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