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Dropsy Diddle

Can the deck be examined after and before the trick, with no switch?

Asked at 04:47pm on July 10th, 2014 by erikfenryld (0 karma)
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The way it is presented uses a gimmick. If made correctly the spectator can examine and shuffle the deck to his hearts content. The gimmick is VERY ard to spot, and the spectator would probably have to be a magician to spot it.

It can be done with a borrowed deck and no gimmick, but your card control skills must be better. No he does not show you a way to use a borrowed deck

Answered at 09:09am on July 20th, 2014 by Kacy (14 karma)
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Answered at 12:29pm on November 19th, 2015 by steveschum (0 karma)
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Sort of. First answer is 50% wrong at least - the deck cannot be borrowed. Can it be shuffled and "examined?" Perhaps, but it's possible a sharp spectator will think something is fishy.

Answered at 07:29pm on July 16th, 2014 by tgeorges (2 karma)
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Yes the deck can be borrowed and shuffled by the spectator! Examined too!

Answered at 10:35am on July 14th, 2014 by girspiggy (2362 karma)
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