Is this really possible? Yes. Is this really simple to learn? Yes. Is this really simple to do? Yes.
Will this really fool others as much as it fools yourself? Yes. Is the gimmick really so easy to
make that you can make it in about 3 seconds? Yes. Will you really carry it in your wallet and be
ready to do this for anyone, anytime. Yes. Will people really ask you to do it again. Yes. Will you
really be able to immediately repeat it again? Yes. Does the video really do a great job of teaching
this. Yes. Is this really a minor miracle. Yes. Are you really going to buy this? Yes. Will you be
really sorry if you don't buy this? YES.
30 of 35 magicians found this helpful.
A killer for the price, this effect requires only the most basic of skills and tools to create the
gimmick (an 8 year-old could make one), and only the most basic of sleight of hand. It can be
performed surrounded, you can learn it in 5 minutes and master it in less than 30 minutes. The
cards aren't examinable at the end, but the illusion is so good, no one is going to ask to see them.
18 of 20 magicians found this helpful.
Many years ago I was visiting a magic shop and the demo guy showed me this trick. He showed me a
lot of other stuff and I couldn't tell you what it was if my life was on the line. The one thing I
remember was this trick. It just looked so impossible.
If you want to do something that your
spectators (particularly the sharp ones) will be bothered by forever, this is the piece.
teaching is, of course, fantastic but the effect is the thing. I don't think that there is a more
visual piece of card magic. The spectator actually sees one card melt through another.
it, work on it, and you will create memories. After all, isn't that what we do? I cannot recommend
tis any more highly.
10 of 11 magicians found this helpful.
This is a dead simple trick with a dead simple gimmick. The instruction by Michael Ammar is very
brief because it doesn't need to be any longer. This isn't a "blow away the room" effect, but rather
a subtle little smile-maker that you can do while walking around or as a transitional effect between
big hits. It's also a quick effect that can be picked up easily by beginners, probably with just a
bit of practice to get the positioning and use of the gimmick down. Highly recommended addition to
anybody's card magic repertoire.
7 of 8 magicians found this helpful.
Beautiful teaching of a beautiful illusion! I'd prefer to see and hear more real-world performances
and tips with this illusion. I'll have to try it out to see how to manage the audience to not want
to see the cards since there is a gimmick involved.
6 of 7 magicians found this helpful.
I love this effect. We often discard the jokers and do ur stuff. Here you can do a miracle at any
time with those discarded jokers. The illusion is perfect. About 5 minutes of practice and you
have it down. Keep it in a wallet if you want like a packet trick but I like this as an
afterthought with the jokers pulled from the deck earlier in a card trick set.
6 of 7 magicians found this helpful.
This is one of those tricks that look so amazing you would buy just to see how its done, but the
bonus for this one is its fun to do.
There are several other things I really like about
this trick (beside the fact that it looks amazing and just like real magic):
gimmick is simple - a few seconds to make it
2.) No angles to worry about
3.) You can do it
again and again with no setup in between
4.) No sleights
All pros for this one, no
I'll keep this one for a carry around trick. Definitely thumbs up
6 of 8 magicians found this helpful.
The Production Quality is very low and they don't show the handling of the cards. 5 Less than 2 min
explanation. Its not close up explanation its very far away.
9 of 15 magicians found this helpful.
How sweet is this !!! This illusion is a beautiful close up, quick hitter. There is a gimmick and
it's doable in about 4 seconds. This is something that you can carry around and nail somebody with
before they can say "What the Heck." Work with the manipulation for a little bit and then go drive
5 of 7 magicians found this helpful.
The Jennings effect is visual and practical.
You get what you see.
I only wish that
more time was spent for the explanation.
Over shoulder shots, close-up shots of the gimmick.
If you already perform “I hate David Copperfield“ by Geoff Williams you get nothing new
here. If you like what you see and have no clue - get it.
Its also nice to know the important
3 Stars because of the upgradable tutorial.
The actual price of around 5$
is ok - i wouldnt pay 10$ for it.
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