Trigger is a stunning and surprising effect that looks like trick photography. The solution is impossible to reconstruct, yet seems fair and is easily achieved.
After a card is shuffled into the center, the deck is wrapped tightly with a rubber band, sealing the card within. At your command, the band passes through the entire deck with the exception of a single card, which shoots out from the center for a dynamic and visual effect.
$4.95Visually change a playing card into something else of value, like a spectators selection. Flow Change is Valdemar Gestur's unique version of a classic color change in card magic. The difference? This method ends completely clean. The best part, it's extremely easy to do!
Michael's modern take on the old school Rising Card trick is great for both the beginner looking to dabble and the lazy professional. Although the method is easy, the effect stands strong.
After accidentally causing the wrong card to rise from the pack the magician magically changes it into the selection. Almost no sleight of hand is required and you end clean with the selection protruding from the middle of the deck.
The following approach was originally brought to the table by Syd Segal in Full Metal Jacket (2005) under the name Very Fair Triumph. Learn this updated handling by Ben Train who offers personalization, history and clear teaching instruction making this video a worthwhile investment.
A collection of two effects beautifully condensed into one routine. Think Stop is a powerful cold-reading effect that requires very little skill.
From a shuffled deck, instantly know what card your spectator is thinking of. Then, without looking at the card, cause it to rise from the deck.
A unique twist on an old Harvey Rosenthal idea where two jokers appear around a thought of card. In this method Paul Wilson not only predicts the thought of card but causes it to vanish.
In hindsight you achieve two effects in one, both a prediction and vanish of a thought of card.
The Zoso Change is an extremely easy to do visual color change of one card into another and back again.
As a bonus, on the tutorial, Doc teaches his Paft Change, a method for changing a single card three times.
$7.95From a deck of playing cards, a card is chosen at random and shuffled back in. Completely lost! A rubber band is wrapped around the deck and everything is placed on the table. Visually (with all eyes fixated on the deck) the selection leaps to the top, free from the rubber band.