Aaron Fisher has come out with a great cards to impossible location routine. This trick is pretty
easy to do but it does involve some slight of hand that you will need to practice. Mostly, the cards
will do all of the work for you but not all of the work. Practice in front of a mirror so that you
get it looking right. Overall, if you enjoy the cards to pocket, this is probably the best one out
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This trick is great, fabulous, amazing except it requires a bit of preperation for one of the cards.
But the misdirection and the routine are just amazing and jaw dropping. I've done it and the
audience just stares at one another in bewilderment. I give it a 4.5, an A-.
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Aaron Fisher's Bicycle Thief is a cards to pocket masterpiece. You have to see the effect being done
to appreciate how well the entire routine is thought out. The timing, misdirection and revelation
makes it one tight effect!
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But will you perform it?
The trick itself is relatively easy to get down, and it's
certainly effective. The cleanup is relatively simple and it's certainly a nice opener, even if it
requires a short setup.
I'd say this is a great packet trick for beginners but I'm sure a
relatively experienced curdiest could produce the same routine without gaffs.
It loses a
star only because for me, the tradeoff between carrying the gaffs and their usefulness doesn't make
this an 'essential' effect. But I'm sure many will love it and it'll get great reactions.
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Aaron Fischer makes a great effect with minimal sleights! If you love his “Panic” effect, you will
love this...and vice-versa!
Put this in your packet Arsenal!
wow keep making the cards dissapear one after another
And easy to do...
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